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Let's get know about Neutering

 
 
Neutering, from the Latin neuter is the removal of an animal's reproductive organ, either all of it or a considerably large part. "Neutering" is often used incorrectly to refer only to male animals, but the term actually applies to both sexes. The male-specific term is castration, while spaying is usually reserved for female animals. Colloquially, both terms are often referred to as fixing. In male horses, castrating is referred to as gelding. Modern veterinary practice tends to use the term de-sexing.
 
Neutering is the most common method for the sterilization of animals. Humane societies, animal shelters, and rescue groups urge pet owners to have their pets neutered to prevent the births of unwanted litters, which contribute to the overpopulation of unwanted animals in the rescue system. Many countries require that all adopted cats and dogs be sterilized before going to their new homes.

Why neuter your dog?

 
1) Male dogs and cats mark territory by spraying urine. This is especially true of cats, whose urine has a very strong odor. Neutering eliminates the odor and markedly reduces the incidence of urine spraying. It is most effective when performed before marking starts, but will often work even after the marking has become a habit.
 
2) Neutering eliminates the occurrence of testicular cancer.
 
3) Neutering markedly reduces the incidence of benign hyperplasia of the prostate gland, prostatitis and perineal hernias in dogs.
 
4) Male dogs display hormonally influenced aggression toward each other, as do male cats. Neutering eliminates much of this behavior without affecting a male dog’s protective instincts towards his house and family members.
 
5) Neutering will often decrease or eliminate other objectionable male dog behaviors, such as mounting furniture and family members.
 
6) Male dogs and cats will cease roaming to find a mate because the hormonal urge to do so has been removed.
 
7) Neutered animals are not sexually frustrated! Infact animals become sexually frustrated when responsible pet owners do not permit them to mate and satisfy those hormonally driven urges. Without testosterone, these urges are not present and the animals are more likely to focus their attention on their human family rather than on reproduction.
 
 
   
 
(Pic : Regularly weekly neutering going on)
 
      
 
(Pic : Regularly weekly neutering going on)
 
 
   
 
(Pic : Regularly weekly neutering going on)
 
         
 
 
     
 
(Pic : dogs are picked up for neutering)
 
 
      
 
(Pic : Neutering process  is going on under our expert sergeon)

Why neuter your cat?

 

Neutering (or spaying) is the process by which your cat's veterinarian renders her sterile. When male cats are sterilized, the process is called neutering. When females receive the same treatment, it's called spaying (nonetheless, you can refer to either procedure as neutering).It's hard to accept, but there aren't enough homes for the cats currently in need of adoption.By neutering your cat, you'll help reduce the overpopulation of this feline community. More importantly, however, spaying and neutering helps your cat live a healthier, longer life.

 

Benefits of neutering your cat

  • Prevents Diseases
Spaying your female cat before her first estrous cycle (going into "heat" or being able to breed) greatly reduces her risk of cervical cancer and eliminates her risk for ovarian cancer. Because removing the ovaries reduces the levels of hormones that encourage the growth of cancerous tumors, spaying reduces your cat's risk of mammary cancer as well.
 
 
  • Reduces Fights
 
Unneutered male cats are driven by hormones to seek mates and defend their territory against intruders. So, two or more unneutered male cats in the same household can spell trouble. Fights tend to break out, especially if there's a female cat in heat nearby. By neutering your cats, you'll reduce their aggressive instincts.
 
 
  • Reduces Risk of Roaming
 
When female cats go into heat, both her hormones and instincts are urging her to find a mate. And if she's your only cat, she'll try to escape every time you open the door so that she can find one. Remember that males are also driven by hormones and the mating instinct, and will try their best to escape for the same reason. Both males and females are at risk outdoors of being injured as they cross roads and highways to mate. By neutering your cat, you'll reduce this wanderlust and find they're happy to stay put in the safe, comfy spot next to you on the couch.
 
       
 
(Pic : Neutering of cat)
 
 
(Pic : Awaiting recovery from the effect of Anesthesia after
surgery (neuterization) by Dr. Nihar Ranjan Biswas)
 

Bhalobasa helps people to do neutering of their pets...

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Contact info

Bhalobasa – An Animal Lovers’ Organization
Address : Vill +Post - Jeta , P.S. – Bijpur, N 24 PGS, Pin : 743135, West Bengal
Contact Person : Mrs. Rama Chakraborty
Contact Number : 9331876797 // 9007624269
Email ID : ramachakrabortyjatia@gmail.com

Bhalobasa – An Animal Lovers’ Organization

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