Do female dogs get spayed or neutered?
Female dogs are spayed, a procedure in which the dog’s ovaries and uterus are removed, rendering the dog unable to reproduce and eliminating her heat cycle.
Female dogs are spayed
Spaying a dog refers to the removal of a female dog's reproductive organs, while neutering refers to the procedure that's done for males. When a female dog is spayed, the vet removes her ovaries and usually her uterus as well.
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