In January, a month of the new beginning, all pet ‘pawrents’ can become a part of the ‘companion animal overpopulation’ solution by taking your four legged friends to spay or neuter.
Nowadays, spaying or neutering pets is not complicated or have many side effects as most people might think. By spaying or neutering, your pet will have a lower risk of harmful diseases and it would reduce unpleasant behaviors in some pets. All paw friends can have spaying or neutering surgery when their reproductive system is fully developed (teenage age). An appropriate age can be different for each pet, the veterinarian advice and input is very much needed.
One of the most important things for you as a pet parent is to remain calm and don’t worry too much before and after the operation. Pets can sense anxiety and they might start to feel the same way! Reassure them, be confident, and give them all the love & support they need.
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