In reality, pets become fat and lazy usually when people feed them too much and don’t give them enough exercise.
“It is better to have one litter first”
Medical evidence indicated just the opposite- females spayed before their first heat are typically healthier.
“My pet is a purebred”
So is at least one out of every four dogs brought to animal shelters. There are just too many dogs and cats – Mixed breed and purebred.
“I want my dog to be protective”
Spaying or neutering does not affect a dog’s basic instinct to protect home and family. A dog’s personality is formed more by genetics and environment than by sex hormones
Prevent a litter! It is good for everyone!
Now that you know about the benefits of spaying and neutering – and the consequences of delaying surgery – why wait? Talk to your vet about having your pet spayed or neutered as early as when the last initial vaccinations are given, and pass this valuable information along to your local animal shelter and friends and family.
We received this information thought i would pass on… A gentleman in Nashville, emailed to his friend locally that he put his 18 pound dog out at 3 am. Few minutes later heard commotion and his dog cry. Blood all over, dog had holes that had to be seen up inside out. Almost got a lung. Had 3 broken ribs. Vet said owl. Apparently on utube there are plenty of videos of cats and dogs being attacked. Can u imagine if the poor dog is on a tether as well… Warn anyone that may have a dog or cat in jeopardy. … See MoreSee Less