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    Many veterinarians suggest spaying or neutering pets so that the animals do not have an offspring. However, many people do not think spaying or neutering their animals is that important. Unfortunately, animals can get life threatening diseases from not being spayed or neutered. According to the American Veterinary Medical Association, “Spaying eliminates heat cycles and reduces the unwanted behaviors that may lead to owner frustration. Neutering reduces the breeding instinct in males and makes…

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    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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    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…

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    "We have gotten so good a spaying and neutering up here in the Northeast that a lot of organizations have a difficult time meeting the demand for dogs where particularly in the Southeast, spaying and neutering isn't robust so ultimately those shelters end up being overcrowded," explains Geroy. The 13 dogs are both puppies and adults. "We have to put a great deal of resources…

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    Animal Overpopulation

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    Many veterinarians suggest spaying or neutering pets so that the animals do not have an offspring. However, many people do not think spaying or neutering their animals is that important. Unfortunately, animals can get life threatening diseases from not being spayed or neutered. According to the American Veterinary Medical Association, “Spaying eliminates heat cycles and reduces the unwanted behaviors that may lead to owner frustration. Neutering reduces the breeding instinct in males and makes…

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    is entirely volunteer run and has no paid staff on hand. Phelps County Animal Welfare League supports their spay/neuter initiatives through their voucher program and sponsoring of animals at the Rolla Animal Shelter. PCAWL believes spaying and neutering is vital to the growing population of unwanted animals. Their voucher program focuses on those who cannot otherwise afford to spay and neuter their pets or local strays. They have three categories for low-income vouchers: 1. Fall below a…

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    8329101 The Effect Dogs And Cats Have On The World A full grown female pit bull was the most loving soft sweetest dog I have ever met . She had the heart of a baby and protected all her owners when it came down to it. Her name was TeeTee , she use to be a fighting dog that my mom took away from her original owner and nursed back to health . After a month of living with us TeeTee was a happy, lazy overgrown puppy . She would lay down all day and eat everything she could get…

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    The best decision you can make for your pet is to spay or neuter him/her. All pet owners should be required to have their pets spayed or neutered because failure to do so overburdens shelters, they have unruly behavior, and increases the health risks of pets. Everywhere in the United States, there are approximately 6-8 million homeless animals that go in animal shelters every year. Not even half of those animals are adopted, and the rest of them are euthanized. “Many people are surprised to…

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    Spay Persuasive Speech

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    “The cost of spaying or neutering a pet is less than the cost of raising puppies or kittens for a year. The cost of spaying or neutering a pet is less than the cost of raising puppies or kittens for a year.” So, if you can’t afford to raise 4-6 puppies or kittens for a year or more then you can afford to have your pet spayed.…

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    Essay On Veterinarian Job

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    Sierra Back My dream job would be to help animals and ultimately save the lives of animals, which would be done as a Veterinarian. There are many characteristics that I attain that would make me fit for this job and I can accurately explain how and why they are important to be a veterinarian. A veterinarian is a person who is qualified to perform procedures on animals that are injured or sick. I would like to be a small animal veterinarian which means I would work with cats, dogs and other…

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