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Cryptorchid Neuter

In dogs and cats, both testicles descend into the scrotum very early in life. Unfortunately, testicles can sometimes be retained in the inguinal canal or even in the abdomen, and these testes are at a high risk for becoming cancerous. cryptorchid dogs and cats should be neutered early in life to prevent complications, and should never be bred, as the condition can be passed to their offspring.

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