Why Desex?

In male animals, desexing can reduce behaviours such as aggression, territorial marking, roaming and other unwanted behaviours. It can also lessen the risk of certain cancers as well as eliminating testicular cancer. Desexing also prevents unwanted litters.

In females desexing prevents phantom pregnancies as well as lowering the risk of uterine infections, mammary gland and uterine cancers. It also reduces the mess and the hassle that comes from a female being in season and reduces the risk of a variety of potentially fatal diseases later in life.