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Can you reverse dog being spayed?

We would like to breed our dog but she has been spayed. Is there any way to reverse the procedure?


Asked by Member 636038 on May 23rd 2008 in Spaying & Neutering
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There is no way to reverse a spay.


Member 73926 answered on 5/23/08. Helpful? Yes/Helpful: No 2 Report this answer


Risa W-FDM/MF RE RL1 CA CGC

When a dog is spayed, their uterus and ovaries are removed rendering them incapable of reproduction. So no, there is no way to 'undo' a spay.


Risa W-FDM/MF RE RL1 CA CGC answered on 5/23/08. Helpful? Yes/Helpful: No 2 Report this answer


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Nope.
Why do you want to breed her? It isn't exactly healthy for the dog to have puppies, you know.
Our page has info on why breeding should only be left to the professionals.
By the Professionals, I mean are those who have studied very extensively all about breeding dogs for at least two years, do it to improve the health of the breed (any other reason to breed your dog is the wrong one, and to do that you have to have a top-quality dog that can do what what it's breed is bred for and do it well and that fits it's breed standard pretty well. Plus the dog has to have passed expensive health tests like OFA and CERF), have had an experienced mentor who knows what he's talking about, and breeds no more than two litters a year.
There is no money to be made in breeding dogs the right way. What with all the health tests, the showing, plus having to be prepared for complications in the whelping that are expensive to correct. It happens a lot. Plus, you can very easily lose your dog and her puppies if you don't know what you're doing.


Member 371549 answered on 5/23/08. Helpful? Yes/Helpful: No 0 Report this answer


Odie-Wan-Kenobi  CGC

No you can not reverse her getting spayed. But I am glad that you did get her spayed. Some resurches actually found that spayed dogs are healthier, live longer, and have less behavior problems


Odie-Wan-Kenobi CGC answered on 5/24/08. Helpful? Yes/Helpful: No 2 Report this answer


Mississippi

Nope, all of her reproductive organs are gone.


Mississippi answered on 5/26/08. Helpful? Yes/Helpful: No 0 Report this answer