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Spraying-Neutering Pets

by Maria Esparolini December 27, 2018

Spraying-Neutering Pets

Fewer animals living in the streets and being put to sleep

 Helps reduce the chance of a male dog getting testicular cancer
or a female dog getting ovarian, cervical or uterine cancer.

 Unaltered pets have a need to dig holes at fences or jump gates to find
another animal to mate with.

 Dogs that are pregnant can be expensive.
The mother requires regular checkups, higher quality food, and supplemental vitamins.
Possible birth complications could be life threatening.
Babies need regular checkups and preventive medication. If the owner is unable to find homes for the puppies, many times they are dumped off at a shelter.The overpopulation never ends.
There are so many homeless animals that might never get a home.
But there is hope, we can all do our part by spraying and neutering our own pets
to help reduce the population of unwanted animals.


Maria Esparolini
Maria Esparolini

I have loved animals since I was a small child. My father was allergic to all cats and dogs,so hard as it was for me, we could not have any pets. Once I was on my own, I adopted cats and dogs I found on the streets of Atlanta. Some I adopted from a shelter,but mostly I found them. My love for four legged friends continues to grow. I truly love seeking out not only new products that make their life better,but also learning more about them and best ways to care and keep them healthy and happy!