Canine Desexing: Recovery Tips for Preventing Postoperative Complications

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Desexing canine pets will prevent the birth of unwanted offspring. The process will also minimise the risk of dangerous reproductive diseases. Besides, the behavioural problems associated with the compulsion to reproduce will be eliminated. The primary concern for most pet owners is the risk of complications during and after the surgical procedure. The desexing of dogs is relatively invasive. The procedure is conducted after the use of general anaesthesia to minimise pain and movement.…

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