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Should my pet be neutered?

This is something that only you can decide. Neutering will obviously prevent breeding so is necessary if you have a female cat who goes outdoors and you don't want kittens for example. It will also help prevent some unwanted behaviours in dogs and cats such as urine marking/ aggression. Some diseases can also be prevented if animals are neutered.
Obviously this surgery is irreversible so if you ever want to breed from your animal don't get it done. Some people just don't want this type of surgery done and prefer to keep their pets entire, this is perfectly OK too.

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