neutering

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Synonyms for neutering

the sterilization of an animal

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With a mission to provide spaying or neutering to every cat that needs it, The Feline Fix encourages people of all means to take advantage of their affordable spay and neuter services, low-cost vaccinations and microchipping.
The campaign will include formulating and implementing a spay and neuter programme for mainly stray cats and a small number of dogs, finding economic resources from the private sector that will supplement the government funds to enable more operations to take place on an annual basis as well as informing the public on the spay and neuter programme and animal welfare.
Though adoptions are the face of the program - its adoption centers can be found in every PetSmart store - the largest portion of its funding goes toward spay and neuter initiatives, spokesman Steve Pawlowski said.
But this topic could be the third rail of dogdom: the assumption that we should automatically and unquestionably spay and neuter all our companion dogs.
Miami-Dade Animal Services also partnered with the non-profit Cat Network to offer free spay and neuter surgeries on February 19 in Wild Lime Park for dogs and cats owned or cared for by county residents.
To encourage pet owners to spay and neuter their cats and dogs Becky and Angela are all too aware of the present pet overpopulation problem.
2015, Elizabeth Reeve, helped at the pre-Pet Expo and the Pet Expo on August 22, 2015 to help bring awareness to Pet Rescues and the need to spay and neuter your pets.
She was taught how to trap cats, was loaned some traps and was given a list of local clinics that spay and neuter stray cats for free.
The 48-year-old Oakridge resident and animal welfare advocate has started a nonprofit advocacy group dubbed Community Animal Relief Effort - or CARE - that raises funds for spay and neuter services for animals in low-income households and for feral cats.
After 12 years in private practice and 8 years practicing as spay and neuter surgeons, Dr.
It has a network of collaborative agencies for the adoptable cats they spay and neuter to be given to shelters for adoption.
Since last September, no-cost spay and neuter services have been provided to feral cats throughout the area as part of the project.