We recommend microchipping and desexing your dog to help them live a happy and healthy life.
Desexed animals are less likely to suffer from certain cancers, diseases and illnesses, are less likely to roam and can be calmer and happier. Desexing also reduces the number of unwanted litters and homeless animals in your community.
There are many myths surrounding desexing which simply are not true. There are no health benefits associated with allowing your pet to have a litter before desexing. Desexing will not negatively alter your pets’ personality, in fact it could have a positive impact on your pet’s behaviour.
It’s also important to ensure your pet is microchipped so if they do become lost, you are far more likely to be reunited with them. It’s also important to make sure your personal details are up to date with the applicable microchip registry.