Spaying and Neutering
An unspayed female dog, her mate and all of their puppies.
If none of them are spayed/neutered (desexed) they will multiply as follows:
1 Year- 16
The importance of spaying and neutering (desexing) your pet goes beyond birth control. If you do not plan to breed your dog, desexing it is the healthiest option. As pets get older and their body chemistry changes so do the hormones coming from their reproductive organs. A pet who retains their reproductive organs have a significantly higher risk for getting infections, cancers and other medical complications.
For animal population control, desexing your pet is an absolute must. There are over 25,000 unwanted animals put to death each year by the HK government. Sadly there are an additional number of homeless animals that also die each year...a problem that could and can be prevented.
Please click on the following links for information on spaying and neutering for animals around Hong Kong.
| CCCP Cat Colony Care Program||SPCA||Desexing for feral colony cats|
| Spay/Neuter Assistance Program (SNAP)||SPCA||Financial assistance for desexing|
privately owned cats and dogs
|De-sexing Information |
Contains Graphic surgical images
|Petulance ||Simple medical info regarding|
desexing your pet
Volunteer Foster Network
Being a foster parent to a needy animal is a wonderful way to do charitable work and get some instant gratification in return! Whether it is a newborn kitten or a dog who has been brutalized, your help is greatly needed and appreciated. Please fill out a Volunteer Foster application to be contacted when one of our needy animals can use your help.
Thank you for your support and for helping those who can't speak for themselves!