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I recommend that you talk with your local veterinarian about this question. The answer for this will depend on exactly what is needed to prove that he is neutered. In most cases, a letter from your regular vet will be all that you will need. In some cases, if the neuter was not performed by your vet, you may need testing of testosterone levels along with the letter from your vet. Your local vet can work with you to get the proof that you need.
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