Remove the Uterus During Spaying?

Is just removing the ovaries enough?

You’ve heard about the evidence that spaying a dog might predispose her to certain cancers but have decided to spay your puppy, anyway. Your decision is a reasonable one. Although some research suggests that spayed dogs may be at higher risk for malignancies that include osteosarcoma (bone cancer), mast cell tumors and lymphoma, the results […]
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