Why Spay or Neuter your Pet?

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February is National Spay/Neuter Awareness Month. It’s a month where we remind all pet owners that unless you are planning to become a responsible dog breeder, the best option is to spay/neuter your pet.

To shed some light on the subject, we created an infographic that shares all of the benefits that come from caring for your pet through a spay or neuter.

The importance of spaying or neutering your pet.

About Shelby Cochran

Shelby Cochran is Director of Operations & Merchandising at dogIDs, where she helps the team move the company forward and also gets to work closely with the marketing and catalog departments. Shelby has a fiery little mutt named Simon as well as an odd cat, Gengar. When she’s not enjoying working with the team at dogIDs, she performs in community theatre productions.

  1. I was surprised to learn that 18% of male dogs and 23% of female dogs live longer after spay and neutering. I want to get a dog for our family in a couple of months and thought it would be smart to start looking up info on taking care of our pet. I’ve heard pros and cons but after seeing your infographic I think it’s a great idea! Thank you for sharing!

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