We recommend you desex your dog or cat if you don’t intend to breed them.

As overpopulation of pet dogs and cats remains an ever-present issue, desexing reduces the number of animals being adopted or euthanised.

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Desexing facts

  • Desexing won’t cause laziness or obesity – overfeeding or lack of exercise will.
  • Desexing won’t change a pet’s personality – they won’t fully develop until your pet is two.
  • Surgery won’t cause aggression. Guard dogs will remain protective after they are desexed.