Attention: Fur Baby Parents!
Are you a mom or dad to a furry, four-legged baby?
I was thinking that Mother's Day might be a good time to talk about neutering and spaying our fur babies. Hopefully, I don't need to convince many of our readers the importance of this. Neutering your pet not only keeps them healthier for longer it also decreases the number of unwanted and abandoned pets.
A neutered male pet has less risk of testicular and prostate cancer and has much less aggression, making him easier to train. When you spay your female pet she has a reduced risk for breast cancer and virtually no risk of ovarian or uterine cancer.
Kittens and puppies are cute, but on any given day about 70,000 of them are born. I don't think there are 70,000 families everyday willing to adopt them and given them the care they need and deserve.
Want more resources? Start here: The American Humane Association for more information about spaying and neutering.
Do you have room in your heart for a(nother) fur baby? PetFinder.com is a one-stop pet adoption site for over 13,000 shelters nation-wide.
And of course, if your fur-baby is in the Seattle area (or you're willing to pay travel costs) let us come and take portraits of your lovies!
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