[ UK /njˈuːtəɹɪŋ/ ]
[ US /ˈnutɝɪŋ/ ]
  1. the sterilization of an animal
    they took him to the vet for neutering
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How To Use neutering In A Sentence

  • The charity urges owners to be responsible in helping to prevent the stray dog problem, by neutering and microchipping their dogs.
  • they took him to the vet for neutering
  • Up here in the ranch lands there areno such thing as spaying and neutering. John Brown – the author’s official site » 2009 » October » 20
  • We euthanatize hundreds of thousands of domesticated animals every year in shelters across this country because of irresponsible owners not spaying or neutering. Of KFC, PETA, Potholes and Ruffled Feathers - The Lede Blog -
  • The hallmarks of much postmodernism are there, though it's more postmodern filmmaking than literature: a kind of blankly ironic (so self-conscious it's self-neutering) use of pop-culture and low-brow culture; amoral violence; a superficial identity-politics (Dave's embraced as a kind of fanboy or geek-chic vigilante, while in the movie Hit-Girl's Kill Bill, faux-feminist, grrl power gets played up); an almost irreverent, self-conscious take on old genres. Vue Weekly
  • Neutering also decreases aggression and the tendency to chew.
  • There are, however, many health advantages to spaying and neutering a Shih Tzu puppy early.
  • A £20 voucher would be given to the new dog owner by the Council as part payment of the cost charged by the vet for neutering their pet.
  • Does the policy cover neutering or spaying costs?
  • You might also want to kindly discuss spaying / neutering with your neighbors.
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