Did you know that 90 percent of pets that enter US shelters are not “fixed”?
Or that you can reduce your dog’s chance of breast cancer by having her spayed before her first heat?
Or that neutering your pet may result in a loving, more affectionate companion for you?
The truth is, the world is already over-populated with unplanned, unexpected, and unwanted dogs and cats. Why add to the problem by not spaying and neutering your own pet? Take a look at this very cool infographic, and then we’ll chat more below.
When you make the responsible decision to spay or neuter, it’s not just a good thing for your own pet, but also for the world. It’s the first step toward saving millions of homeless animals from certain death each year in our shelter system.
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