Can Spaying Cause Incontinence?

Incontinence can be a potential complication when a dog is getting fixed. The problem is more common among female dogs. Experts believe that it is not the surgical procedure that is the primary cause of the condition but how the dog’s back is positioned during the procedure. A back injury can possibly affect the nerves supplying the urinary bladder and eventually leading to lack of bladder control. In effect, this is involuntary urination which is a distinct condition to dogs peeing a lot because of other health issues. However, this should not prevent pet owners from having their pet’s fixed. The incidence is rare and the benefits that can be reaped from having a dog spayed (female) or neutered (male) should be considered carefully. 

Your reputed veterinarian London, ON is a valuable source of information if you have concerns and issues about spaying and neutering.


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