#8 Avoiding Sterilization
A sterilization process not only prevents future pregnancies, and the complications that come with it but also reduces the risk of death by fatal diseases.
Older male dogs are prone to developing testicular cancer or prostate disease while females are prone to mammary cancers. Sterilization can nip these problems right in the bud, prolonging the dog’s life.
Spaying female dogs may also bring about considerable change in their behavior as it affects and pacifies their heat cycles. This makes them easier to manage and handle.
Despite these benefits, this is an important decision and should be taken with care.