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When To Spay Neuter (or Not?). Dr. Kay Helps Us Decide.
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18 September 2020 - 6:24 am
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Thank you both, and Jerry thank you for beginning the topic. It’s ironic, because I was just thinking what to do about altering Kenzie. I logged on and there It was…

My Beautiful Beloved Brownie was diagnosed with Osteosarcoma on February 26, 2019.  With all odds against him he lived an additional one year and eight days with amputation, love, and prayer.  I was honored to be his mom, and I have never been so proud!  He will live forever in my Heart!

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Oh! this was started in 2017. lol

My Beautiful Beloved Brownie was diagnosed with Osteosarcoma on February 26, 2019.  With all odds against him he lived an additional one year and eight days with amputation, love, and prayer.  I was honored to be his mom, and I have never been so proud!  He will live forever in my Heart!

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This new series from the Dog Cancer Survival Guide co-author Dr. Sue is sharing tons of helpful information about if, why, or when to spay / neuter a dog.

Spay/neuter and the association with cancer in dogs: part one

Spay neuter dog cancer: despite its widespread popularity and the very good reasons to spay/neuter, it’s not without long-term risks to dogs.

In the US, there is widespread recommendation for early spay and neuter. But recently the association of spay/neutering and cancer in dogs has been in the news again. Specifically the concern is that spay/neutering increases the risk of cancer, which brings into question this recommendation to spay/neuter at 6 months of age. We are going to look into this complicated issue is this series. — Dr. Sue Ettinger

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