As a responsible rescue we ensure dogs are neutered before heading to there forever homes, this is not only to prevent the birth of more unwanted dogs but for the health benefits of neutering your pets

* Reduced cancer risk. Naturally, in neutered dogs, the risk of cancer of the ovaries or testicles is removed completely.

* Removes risk of uterine infection. In female dogs an infection of the womb (called a pyometra) is a serious risk. The vast majority of cases have to be treated surgically, and the infection can be fatal. Spaying completely removes the risk of your dog developing a pyometra.

* Removes the risk of phantom pregnancy. While not life-threatening, a phantom pregnancy can alter your dog’s behaviour, and an ongoing or recurrent phantom pregnancy may need vet help to stop as well as potentially leading to other medical problems.