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Determining optimal age for gonadectomy in the dog : a critical review of the literature to guide decision making

@inproceedings{Kustritz2017DeterminingOA,
  title={Determining optimal age for gonadectomy in the dog : a critical review of the literature to guide decision making},
  author={M. Kustritz and M. Slater and G. Weedon and Philip A. Bushbyd},
  year={2017}
}
Abstract Gonadectomy is the most common elective surgery performed on dogs in the United States. Concerns have been expressed by veterinarians, dog breeders, and pet owners or guardians about the need to better understand effects of gonadectomy on individual animal health. Many studies to date on this topic have been performed on small or unique populations of dogs and data from those studies may or may not readily be extrapolated to dogs seen by veterinarians in private practice. Veterinarians… Expand
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