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    course of their life. Unless you are a breeder and plan on making a income off your pets, then you should spay and neuter them. Other names associated with spay and neuter would be fixing, De-sexing, or castration. Fixing your pets have more health benefits then risks. Spaying or neutering of an animal is the surgical sterilization of the male or female reproductive system. For females, it is considered spaying. This involves removal of the entire reproductive organs. Another name for this would be a ovariohysterectomy, the surgical…

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    Spay And Neutering

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    Every dog and cat deserves a loving home as part of the family. At Woodside Animal Hospital in Port Orchard, Washington they tend to the health needs of cats and dogs with compassion and affection. One of the many treatments they offer to new pet owners is spay and neutering services. If you recently adopted a furry friend, here are three important reasons to get your animal spayed or neutered from the dog and cat vet at Woodside Animal Hospital: Improve Pet’s Health: If you spay or neuter your…

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    While I am an animal lover and am already pro spaying and neutering. I found several interesting thoughts I had never realized while reading her paper. There is a staggering number of homeless animals being euthanized yearly and was shocked at her percentages on pure bred animals in shelters. She discussed the health issues that can be prevented by spaying and neutering, such as pyometra and various cancers. Jamie also covered issues concerning animals hunting for others in heat, aggressive…

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    2015. Neutering. [Online]. Blue Cross. Available from: https://www.bluecross.org.uk/pet-advice/neutering [Accessed on 27th November 2015]. The blue cross website was used to find more out about neutering. The information found on the website was that neutering is a process that stops an animal from reproducing it’s called spaying in females (Blue cross,2015) this can be found on the dogs trust website as well (Dogs Trust, not dated). Blue cross said that this operation is done under…

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    Should You Spay and Neuter Your Pets? How many offspring are cats able to have in one year? Cats are able to have three litters a year and with possibly 4 to 6 kittens per litter (Burke Connie). I know that might not sound like a lot, but theoretically a cat and her offspring are able to produce an outstanding 420,000 cats in seven years (Burke Connie). Most people have seen stray cats and dogs running around which causes an overpopulation of unwanted pets. Most of them will be euthanized and…

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    Jimmy Nguyen English 102 Kennedy Nancy 6/4/16 Neutered Cats and Obesity Domestication of cats is a double edged sword. While befriending humans provides cats with an abundant source of food, the cats had to sacrifice and abide by our rules if they were to attain food. An example that displays these rules humans create is neutering. Neutering is an idea that is hard to grasp by pet lovers. Nevertheless, neutering drastically helps in maintaining a pet in the living conditions that pet owners…

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    Another big myth that stop people from getting their pets fixed is the belief that they will lose their machismo and their protectiveness. This is also only a myth. The only difference between a fixed dog and an intact male dog, is that intact male dogs tend to be more aggressive and have more of a tendency to urinate more frequently. A dogs personality remains intact whether or not the dog still is, his protectiveness will still be there as well because it is in their genetics, not in their…

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    The process of ending animal overpopulation will require the whole community coming together and spaying/neutering their pets. Even with the Caldwell shelter advertising, people will still ignore. The new addition to the shelter will begin right away. The goal would be to finish the extra room within a year. The foster system could also be implemented right away. Overall, the process described should begin immediately after accepting the proposal. Results should surface quickly, although the…

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    being used only to assist ill and aggressive animals to controlling overpopulation. As animal overpopulation rises, the US government needs to state regulations to enforce the use of spaying, neutering, and education to slow the incoming number of animals so that animal euthanasia will no longer be necessary. Animal…

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    In the United States, there are approximately 5 to 7 million dogs or cats that enter animal shelters every year. 3 to 4 million of those are killed by euthanasia. If you do the math, the statistics are shocking to say the least. It is important for humans to love their pets as much as they love another person or family member. The American Veterinary Medical Association says that dogs and cats are the most popular pets in the United States. Since they are so popular, overpopulation is a big…

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