Frequently Asked Questions

I want to spay my dog, but should I let her have a litter first?

No.  At Linden Vet we recommend you spay your dog at six months.  She does not need to have a litter first.  When she has a litter, you will need to find all these pups homes, which will only add to the problem of unwanted pets.  You might even end up keeping another, which means more vet bills to keep this pup healthy as well. 

Spaying your dog will also have medical benefits for your dog, such as the risk of mammary cancer being reduced drastically.  To find out more about spaying please read our full article on Spaying/Neutering your pet.

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