The campaign that started this Wednesday and will end Friday, consists of a certification in minimally invasive ovarian hiterectomy, this is the surgery that is performed in dogs and cats.
Mazatlán, Sinaloa. – The Association ‘Huellitas con Causa IAP‘, began this Wednesday a campaign of free and massive sterilization of canine and cat pets which consists of certification in minimally invasive ovariohysterectomy, announced its president, Brenda González León.
“This is a certification in minimally invasive ovariohysterectomy, this is the surgery that is performed on dogs and cats. Generally, the conventional technique is an incision of 10 and up to 15 centimeters and this is a technique of one or two centimeters that avoids more risk in the animal, but, above all, to be able to affect a greater number of dogs and cats ” he commented.
In addition, he said that with this process it will be possible to generate more massive campaigns where more animals can be attended and thus support public health, at the same time avoiding abandonment of animals, zoonoses, and zoonotic diseases that are diseases transmitted from animals to animals. human beings.
“Obviously we have to support other issues such as cruelty to dogs and cats, abandonment, overpopulation, poisoning, risk of bites, and this greatly reduces the abandonment of dogs and cats and is also a great contribution to public health “, Held.
Those interested in sterilizing their pet will be able to attend during these days since the activities will begin at 09:00 hours, so it is requested to arrive shortly before the facilities of the Pedagogical University of the State of Sinaloa in the Jacarandas neighborhood.
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