Sterilization of the female dog is one of the most frequent and strongly recommended preventive interventions.
Why sterilize a female dog?
The female dog goes into heat twice a year with an interval of about 6 months. The most obvious symptom of heat is blood loss that can last up to 2 weeks.
Behaviorally, then, the dog also manifests restlessness, agitated state and aggression toward other dogs.
That of heat is a really stressful time for the dog, and spaying is the preventive remedy against:
The procedure, whose performing technique is so widely proven that it is now considered routine, lasts an average of 40 minutes, is performed as an outpatient procedure and under gaseous anesthesia, in the presence of a trained veterinary anesthesiologist.
Immediately after the spay surgery, the dog resumes walking, and within the next 24 to 48 hours all her physiological functions return to normal.
Thanks to sterilization:
To the benefit of your four-legged friend's serenity but also your own.