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Neutering Rabbits

Rabbits are social animals and should preferably be kept in pairs or groups, ideally reared together from birth. If opposite gender rabbits are kept together with no intention of breeding then one or both will need to be neutered from 4 months old. This principle also applies to same sex pairs too as rabbits can […]

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Neutering Dogs

To neuter or not to neuter that is the question… If ever there was a topic in veterinary practice that led to a debate then neutering your dog would be up there with the best of them. Concerns we hear from owners are… “My dog will gain weight!” – neutered dogs, both male and female […]

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Neutering Cats

Did you know over the course of 7 years, just 2 un-neutered cats will become on average 370,092… Despite the ‘old wives tale’, there is no health benefit to your cat having a litter of kittens prior to spaying. In fact if left un-neutered, cats will readily breed with their siblings and parents! The advantages […]

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