Tip 315

It’s really important to spay and neuter all family pets. It controls the pet population, and studies show that it actually improves general health and well-being among cat and dog populations. It’s also a way of curbing certain behavioral issues. Pets that have been spayed and neutered are less likely to cause a ruckus at home, like spraying on furniture or trying to get outside to mate with neighborhood felines.




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Sandy Robins - Lifestyle Tip reigning cats and dogs blogsof the DayCats and dogs, just like children, like a schedule in their lives. Do your best to schedule meal times, walks for your dog and indoor game times for both cats and dogs.