neutering

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Synonyms for neutering

the sterilization of an animal

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Not everyone with a pet is totally convinced spaying or neutering is the right thing to do.
The fees include spaying or neutering, initial vaccines and an examination from a participating veterinarian.
This year's fundraiser could lead to the spaying or neutering of as many as 12,700 animals, which could lessen the potential overpopulation by as many as 100,000 dogs and cats in one year, Jolly said.
I am not negative on the concept of spaying or neutering, but the vast majority of animals come from breeders who won't be affected by this law.
Only 5 percent to 10 percent of dogs and cats in the area are purchased from pet stores, Lippman estimated, and requiring spaying or neutering would add cost and deprive customers of choice.
Spaying or neutering your pet can also make them less likely to roam, run away or get into fights," explains Dr.
Cats and dogs will be available for adoption at the Fall Festival for $27 each, which includes the costs of spaying or neutering, the first series of vaccinations and a checkup by a veterinarian.
The ordinance requires pet owners to pay for spaying or neutering, about $25 per animal, and would be enforced with the help of five new Los Angeles Animal Services officers, said David.
24 /PRNewswire/ -- Most people are familiar with the plight of unwanted dogs and cats, yet few are aware of the important role that spaying or neutering can play in helping to reduce pet overpopulation.
Commissioners endorsed the billboards earlier this year in an attempt to educate people of the fatal consequences of not spaying or neutering their cats and dogs.
4) Animal control officials hope continuing efforts to educate owners on the importance of spaying or neutering their pets can someday make a dent in the seemingly endless number of strays put to sleep in city shelters.
Laurie Bernie now spends her full time caring for the animals and taking them to the veterinarian for shots and spaying or neutering in preparation for placement in homes.
There is an adoption fee for spaying or neutering and vaccines.
Mercy Crusade will pay all additional fees, including initial vaccinations and spaying or neutering costs.
Donation includes first year of kitten shots, spaying or neutering of adult cats.