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New Non-Surgical Way to Neuter Dogs

Veterinarians have developed a new procedure called "Zeutering" as a non-surgical alternative to neutering. The procedure involves injecting the chemical Zeuterin into a male dog’s reproductive organ, which then causes the dog to be sterile.

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