What is Spaying?
Spaying refers to the surgical removal of a female dog’s reproductive organs including the uterus and ovaries. This procedure is also called an ovariohysterectomy, or an ovarioectomy. This is a common procedure that can be used to prevent unwanted pregnancies and lower the risk of developing certain diseases. Spaying is permanent birth control. Before making a decision, it is important that you discuss all pros and cons with your vet.