August 12, 2015
Categories: Research, Shelter Medicine, Surgery and Sterilization

There’s no question that spaying and neutering are critical components of pet population control. But some of the science on its risks and benefits isn’t as supportive, and more and more pet owners are asking questions about routine spay/neuter that those of us in animal welfare may not be able to answer.

Recently, the American Veterinary Medical Association brought together a number of veterinary specialists to take a look at what we know and don’t know about the positive and negative effects of spaying and neutering pets. Put the roundtable discussion on in the background, and get some insight into the state of the science.

Watch and listen here…