Spaying our tiny ones?
Hey guys, so my Chi Penny (~15 months, 1.5lbs) was born without reproductive organs, so I never had to question this however, a woman in my neighborhood recently rescued a chi who is pretty tiny too, Moxie is just about 2 lbs and I'd guess maybe 2 years old. Moxie's mom has asked me if having her spay is dangerous because of how small she is? I gave her the DON'T breed her because of complications including death talk, and she says (and I trust) that that isn't the idea.
So, what's the opinion here? If you take out the backyard breeder factor, is spaying the littlest ones safe? Obviously teacups and micros don't exist, but people have managed to breed some pretty tiny chis, so a chi under 2 pounds, spay or not?