dog-elizabethan-collarNeutering/spaying in animals is a procedure performed under general anaesthesia.

In female dogs, the joints and vessels that hold the matrix are removed through a small incision at the dog’s belly, which is then sutured. In male dogs, the testicles are removed through a small incision on the scrotum, which is then sewn. Despite the fact that it might sound complicated, this is a routine operation for vets. After the operation, the animal has to take antibiotics and be restrained from hyperactivities for a few days.