Romania Animal Rescue, Inc.
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Can You Find the Incision?

Keyhole incision

You have to look closely to spot the incision: a tiny cut between her two teats in the left-hand photo. It is called a keyhole surgery.

Although this type of surgery is relatively new, our veterinarians are already using this technique to spay/neuter animals in Romania. The very small incisions provide some great advantages for the stray animals. There is less discomfort, quicker recovery time, and less risk to infection. What better reason to keep on with keyhole neuter/spay--no more strays!


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