In general, the process of a spay decreases the number of unwanted litters to control the cat and dog population. The process may benefit you as well since it curbs undesirable behaviors in your female pet.
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According to one study, around 54.5 percent of people with dogs believe that the traditional surgical spay is best. However, more people are requesting less-invasive spay procedures such as laparoscopic spay. If you have a pet that needs this procedure, learn about the benefits of a laparoscopic spay.
Many feral cats have no desire to become housecats. However, sometimes cats become estranged from their original homes and need new ones. These cats usually present as friendly and willing to re-enter life as a housecat. If you are lucky enough to be approached by such a cat, evaluate if you’re ready to take on […]
Does your dog need rehab? Just like human patients, canines can also benefit from this healthcare service. If you’re a dog owner, take a look at the top reasons for rehab and what you can expect from the process.
One reason that some cat parents might not take their cats to the veterinarian is that their cat exhibits fear or stress when going to the vet. One way to help your cat feel safe, welcome, and comfortable is by taking them to a Fear Free or Cat Friendly Practice. Discover what these certifications are […]