- Dogs are less likely to wander, roam or stray and are therefore less likely to be hurt in road accidents.
- Dogs are less likely to be aggressive and are easier to train.
- De-sexing will prevent male dogs from searching for bitches in season and fighting with other dogs.
- Male dogs are less likely to behave anti-socially, e.g. mount people's legs and mark their territory.
De-sexing helps control overpopulation of dogs
De-sexing eliminates reproductive drive in dogs. This reduces the number of unwanted puppies.
Strays and surrendered animals can overpopulate animal shelters.
Lower registration fee for de-sexed dogs
De-sexing lowers your dog's annual registration fee.
Dog registration fee calculator.