Pet neutering is a surgical process that is used to prevent your dog or cat from reproducing.
In female animals, it is called spaying, in male animals’ castration.
Pet neutering will be carried out under a general anaesthetic, and for dogs and cats they will probably stay in for the day, all being well will be released the same day.
Neutering a male dog can help prevent testicular cancer and other problems such as prostate disease, it is said when a male dog is neutered it may calm him down and stop him wandering off.
Neutering a male cat can alter the cat’s behaviour, they can become more affectionate, and will have less chance of catching leukaemia.
Pet neutering is a responsible thing to do as a pet owner. It can provide a range of health benefits and keep them happy and healthy. It reduces the risk of uterine infection, prostate disease (in male pets) removes the risk of unwanted pregnancies (in female pets) and there is a reduced cancer risk in neutered pets.
The cost of pet neutering depends on the pet you are asking to be neutered, be it a cat, dog, rabbit or ferret… all will have different prices, also the cost can depend on the size of your pet. Have a chat directly with your vet and they will be more than happy to advise the best option for your pet.
The downsides to pet neutering are few but they are worth considering, if you are having your pet neutered to try and change the behaviour it is not guaranteed, it can cause urinary incontinence although this is rare and it can alter the texture of the pet of their fur.
The price of a personal protection dogs for sale will change depending on the dog’s physical capability and attributes. When protection dogs get imported they will identify the strengths of the dog with no training and put them on a training programme which best matches their skills. Each different programme will improve the dog’s basic skills and can be trained to learn more advanced skills. Import dogs alone are trained for basic obedience; however, protection dogs are trained through complete obedience package and basic to advanced protection.
Level 1 Protection Dog
Each dog will be assessed on a protection level, these levels will change depending on the training the dog has received. Level 1 protection dogs are usually prices around £7,000 to £8,000 what does level 1 include? Level 1 training programmes will include teaching the dog to show aggressiveness on command and will bite if the owner tells the dog to on command. Level 1 dogs are commonly trained to defend themselves and the family who have brought the dog.
Level 2 Protection Dog
Will be trained to have a similar stance as the dog trained with level one, however, level 2 dogs are trained on how to win a fight with aggression. With this training skill, a protection dog will analyse the attacker and work out the best way to defend its owner or family. When trained like this protection dogs will not back off from any intruder. The dog will understand strong commands. Depending on the situation the owner will be able to tell the dog to bite and realise on command. Dogs with level 2 training can range in price from £9,500 to £10,500. This dog will also remain safe around your family, however, understands when being attacked who its family is and who the victim is.
Level 3 Protection Dog
Will have received all training methods including both level 1 and level 2. Personal protection dogs trained at level 3 will battle multiple assailants by biting them and holding on to them either on their leg or arm. The dog will be giving off a very aggressive stance and if attackers have still not stopped it will attack all assailants with the attacker, level 3 dogs will never give up a fight until their owner and family are safe. When commanded the dog can be sent off its lead on an assailant, the dog would chase them down and go to bite them however this dog is very trained so when told to call off the dog will understand the owner. The dog will then hear its owner and immediately stop. Dogs with this level of training will cost from £14,000 up depending on how much training the dog will have.