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Synonyms for neutering

the sterilization of an animal

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The increasing feral cat population is actually a symptom of owners being unable to spay or neuter their pet cats," Ms.
They are rolling out “Woulda, Coulda, Shoulda,” a Spay/Neuter Early, Humane Alliance Campaign, that lets people know the best time to spay or neuter puppies and kittens easily and safely is by 4 months old to prevent accidental litters.
They would then be given time to spay or neuter their pets before a fine would be assessed.
It was not too long ago that she found out the hard way how important it is to spay or neuter your pet.
If you want San Francisco to be a No-Kill city, the most important thing you can do is to spay or neuter your pet.
Now, he wants to make it mandatory to spay or neuter nearly every dog and cat in California.
April 7 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Actors and Others for Animals, a Los Angeles based animal welfare organization dedicated to ending the pet overpopulation problem, is observing National Prevention of Animal Cruelty month by encouraging residents to spay or neuter the family pet(s).
There are exceptions in the law for certified and registered show dogs as well as for dogs that a veterinarian certifies as being at too much medical risk to spay or neuter.
The needless suffering and euthanasia of millions of pets each year could be easily diminished if each family spay or neuter their own pets or strays they feed, before litters are born.
Los Angeles County supervisors on Tuesday gave final approval to an ordinance that requires most dog owners in unincorporated areas to spay or neuter their dogs and tag them with identification microchips.
com to receive a voucher for a free spay or neuter for their pet cat(s).
Most dog owners in unincorporated parts of Los Angeles County may have to spay or neuter their canines and tag them with identification microchips.
We're very pleased to be able to offer a low-cost service that helps us enforce our policy to spay or neuter the pets we place through adoption," says owner Diane Dietch-Silberman.
The goal is to encourage people to spay or neuter their pets by providing the procedures at a low cost.
It's just that he's saddened by the reason for today's fund-raiser - the seemingly futile nationwide effort to spay or neuter domestic animals.