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Are you unsure about desexing your dog?

Watch the video to hear what pet owners have to say about a medical alternative to surgical desexing of male dogs.

 

Medical castration - desexing for male dogs

Medical castration is a reversible non-surgical solution for desexing of male dogs. It is a resorbable contraceptive implant administered by your veterinarian. It is inserted under the skin between your dog’s shoulders; there is no need for an anaesthetic or surgery.

For male dogs medical desexing (castration) gives the benefits of surgical desexing without surgery, general anaesthesia or testes removal. Once the implant wears off the dog’s fertility will gradually return.*

 

“After a year of searching for a new companion, my husband and I found Camo, a French Bulldog. When it came time to castrate him we were concerned it would alter his bubbly behaviour, and we also wanted the option to breed him in the future. With this in mind, we chose to trial medical desexing.

It worked perfectly, we still had our bubbly little bulldog and it kept our options open for the future.”

- Amanda, owner of Camo a 2 year old French Bulldog

 

Click here to find out more about medical castration

Chat to your vet to see if medical castration may be suitable for your dog.

*Discuss with your veterinarian prior to use in a breeding dog. 

 

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