neutering

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Synonyms for neutering

the sterilization of an animal

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Christine informs: "Usually spaying or neutering is done in any clinic at a flat fee of RO20 and we try to get 8-10 cats spayed/neutered in a week.
Not everyone with a pet is totally convinced spaying or neutering is the right thing to do.
After all, when you invest time and money giving a feline the necessary shots, spaying or neutering, along with flea and worm treatment, they must go to a good home, she said.
Palmer's long-term goal is to empty the shelter, because that would mean people are spaying or neutering their felines.
"During the month of February, Cook County residents can go to a private veterinarian of their choice and receive up to a $40 discount on the cost of spaying or neutering if the animal is current or becomes current for rabies vaccines," said Dr.
The cost of spaying or neutering a pet is less than the cost of raising puppies or kittens for a year.
Advocates say spaying or neutering cats is a humane and effective way of controlling the feral population.
Winans said WAG's mission is to eliminate every excuse people may have for not spaying or neutering their animals.
The benefits of spaying or neutering your dog or cat are far too abundant to ignore.
Powers said, will support the organization's goal of spaying or neutering 1,000 free-roaming cats in a target neighborhood, Main South, during the next two years.
The group trapped 41 feral or stray cats earlier this month and brought them to the Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University in North Grafton, where they received anesthesia, an exam, spaying or neutering, rabies and distemper shots, treatment for parasites, antibiotics and painkillers.
Euthanasia not only seemed wrong but didn't address the problem: Without spaying or neutering, new strays or feral cats would add to the growing street population.
Most people are aware that spaying or neutering your pet helps overpopulation, but what they don't know is that it helps to prevent breast cancer in both dogs and cats.