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Spaying, neutering curbs pet overpopulation; makes pets healthier

The most common surgeries performed in small animal veterinary medicine are spays and neuters. Traditionally, dogs and cats are altered to assist in population control. While the Humane Society of the United States reports about 6-8 million animals are admitted annually into shelters across the country, it also estimates 3-4 million of these animals are euthanized each year due to the lack of available homes. This astounding number does not account for stray animals living and dying alone “on the streets.”

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