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    Unless you’re a professional breeder, it’s important to de-sex your pet at an early age to avoid unwanted litters. Every year, the RSPCA rescues around 160,000 animals due to accidental breeding, but it’s a problem that could easily be avoided.

    At Dr Mustafa Bozkurt Veterinary Clinic, we offer de-sexing veterinary services for cats and dogs in Whyalla and can help to prevent unwanted pregnancies, as well as safeguard the health of your pet. De-sexing not only stops reproduction, it also protects your pet from certain diseases, making them less susceptible to mammary and prostate cancer. De-sexing can also prevent false pregnancies and reduce aggression and the desire to roam in animals.

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    When to de-sex?

    According to the RSPCA, de-sexing is preferable from the age of eight weeks, as this allows for a quicker recovery, and the procedure is relatively straightforward. As cats are capable of breeding from just four months old, it’s important to get in early unless you want a few more furry friends.

    At Dr Mustafa Bozkurt Veterinary Clinic, we agree with the RSPCA that de-sexing is all part of being a responsible pet owner. It will ultimately prevent the unfortunate euthanasia of many animals in the long-term while protecting your pet at the same time. Talk to our team for more information or to book your pet in for an appointment.

    Call us today on 08 8645 5000 for more information about our veterinary clinic in Whyalla, or to request a free quote.

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