About Spaying and Neutering your Siberian Husky
We at Maxhaven Kennels DO NOT require you to spay or neuter your Siberian Husky Puppy!
However, we do not require you to spay/neuter your Siberian Husky, there are many benefits to doing this. Altering your pet will increase his/her chance of a longer and healthier life. It will increase their life of an average of 1-3 years. Altered animals have a very low, to no risk of mammary gland tumor/cancer, prostate cancer, perianal tumors, pyometia, uterine, ovarian, and testicular cancers.We suggest that you speak with your veterinarian. They can discuss the procedure with you and can recommend an age that was best for your puppy!
Benefits of Neutering (Males):
- Reduced or eliminates risk of marking
- less desire to roam, therefore less likely to be injured in fights or auto accidents
- Decreased aggressive behaviors
- Frequently helps with behavior problems
Benefits of Spaying (Females):
- No heat cycle, therefore males will not be attracted (males can smell a female in heat from over a mile away)
- No mess to clean up when she's in heat (which lasts an average of 14 days)
- Less desire to roam
- Decreased aggressive behavior
Perianal Gland Tumor is a type of tumor found near the anus of a dog.
Pyometra is an infection in the uterus.