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    Spaying and Neutering

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    unwanted cats, and helps cats live longer, healthier lives. Not only are many health issues reduced, but the overpopulation decreases dramatically. Those 66,088 cats are reduced even if only by a little bit. SpayUSA also says that the benefits of neutering reduces or eliminates risk of spraying, less desire to roam, therefore less likely to be injured in fights or auto accidents, risk of testicular cancer is eliminated, and decreases incidence of prostate disease, reduces the number or unwanted cats

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    Neutering Saves Lives

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    companions neutered, due to this over population. However, people use inadequate excuses such as breeding to leave their comrade intact. Thus, dogs and other animals should be neutered or spayed due to the fact that there are too many pets in the USA and neutering and spaying reduces many health risks known in animals. The population of New York City is about equal to the amount of homeless animals in the whole US. The number varies from state to state, as The Humane Society specified: “…in some states there

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    Pet owners have varying opinions on whether or not spaying and neutering their animals is the right thing to do. When an animal is spayed or neutered, the organs that are responsible for reproduction are removed so that the animal is not able to produce offspring. This is also called “fixing” an animal. Neutering, which is done in males, is a surgical procedure in which the testicles of the animal are removed to prevent the production of sperm. While spaying, which is done in females, is a surgical

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    Allyson Wiles VET 102-099WB Prof. Esformes 21 December 2017 The Importance and Benefits of Spaying and Neutering You’re sitting on your sofa watching The Price is Right and you hear their signature sign off, “have your pets spayed or neutered”. Have you ever wondered why we spay or neuter, or what benefits there are from either procedure? To most obvious reason for spaying or neutering your pet is to help control the number of homeless pets. In the United States millions of homeless, dogs and

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    Did you know that five million to seven million companion animals enter shelters nationwide each year? Spaying and neutering pets needs to be supported by more communities of people. The American Kennel Club (AKC) is opposed to mandatory sterilization, they state that it, “creates a hardship for responsible breeders.” Spaying and neutering is typically seen by a majority of the population as inhumane and an unnecessary violation of animal rights. The American Veterinary Medical Associations recommend

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    Neutering Research Paper

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    States is increasing. Also, the early-age neutering has increased because it is highly recommended to neuter dogs before their first heat, especially to decreases in the levels of gonadal hormones (Salameri, Bloomberg, and Scruggs 1991). Also high rate is recorded because the animal care and control facilities, where neutering is most frequently performed, neuter puppies as early as 7 weeks of age or before adoption to control pet population. Although neutering dogs is helpful in controlling pet overpopulation

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    million animals are euthanized. Euthanasia is the process of ending an animal's life with drugs. These are senseless deaths that could be minimized, or even eliminated, through spaying and neutering animals or adopting from shelters and not breeders. Whether the animal is a stray or a family pet, spaying or neutering could save generations of future puppies and kittens from dying in shelters. One year ago today, I made the conscious decision to adopt from my local shelter. I had previously adopted

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    Animal Overpopulation

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    can produce two litters of six kittens per year, a female dog can produce one litter of six or more puppies per year, making pet overpopulation a significant problem.” Animal overpopulation is costing money and you can help the pets with spay and neutering programs. A new solution is mandatory contracts for breeders and spay and neuter programs. This paper will talk about spay and neuter programs, contracts for breeders, and why some people don’t think animal overpopulation is a problem. Thankfully

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    The Horrors of Animal Euthanasia

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    The Horrors of Animal Euthanasia Due to the domestication of cats and dogs their populations have skyrocketed. This is due in part to the lack of pet owners acting in a responsible manner. These responsibilities include the spaying and neutering of  pets. These numbers of homeless animals in communities have caused humane societies to euthanize too many animals. This, I feel is a violation to animal rights and is a cruel way for these animals to have to leave this world. I disagree with the

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    solution we should go to is Trap, Neuter, and Release, (TNR). We trap the ferals, without harming them, and take them to a nearby pet shelter where they can be neutered or spayed, and then released back into the wild away from the community. By neutering and releasing the ferals, they won't be able to reproduce but they can still go out and live life as abundantly as possible. The Havahart article also states, “Feral cats only live 3-5 years”, and they will be killed by vehicles, dogs, disease and

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