Saving Animals One Stop at a Time

November 15, 2006 at 9:48 am 1 comment

Saving Animals One Stop at a Time

The health benefits of spaying/neutering your pet are numerous!

Animals who are not “fixed” can have more uterine, ovarian, testicular and
breast cancer and are more prone to developing prostate disease.
Non-sterilized pets tend to have more temperament problems too.
Spaying/neutering helps animals live longer, healthier lives.

What are the biggest reasons for not spaying/neutering pets? “Cost and
accessibility,” according to Linda Hamilton, Executive Director of the
Animal Coalition of Tampa (ACT).

With that said, what can make it easier to give your pet a longer, healthier
life? ACT came up with the Neuter Scooter to give pets free transportation
to and from the clinic where pets can be spayed/neutered for a low cost.

Now, for November and December, pet owners can enjoy complimentary Dunkin
Donuts when dropping off their pets at any of the pickup locations – with
ACT’s ‘Sweet Fix’ Program!

Check out for more information.

Do you or anyone you know have experience dealing with these health problems
referenced above? We’d love to hear how spay/neuter helped you!


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1 Comment Add your own

  • 1. niksan  |  July 31, 2008 at 7:52 am

    People should take great care of their pets and do the regular medical checkups. Pets are a very important part of a human being’s life and it feels very nice to read that continuous research and development is in place for our pets.


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