From News / Published February 9, 2016
Scruffy had a life threatening infection of her uterus a little over a week ago. Older undesexed female dogs are very prone to developing infections in their uterus even if they have never had puppies. Luckily we were able to stabilise her and operate in time and now Scruffy is running around like a little puppy again. She has put on 2kg in the last week alone! If your dog is not being used for breeding then it is important for their health that they are desexed. Desexing a young, healthy pet is a low risk (and low cost!) procedure and can save lots of heartache and money later.