Tambi Renee: The benefits of spaying/neutering household animals

14 May

Millions of animals are left to wander the streets every year; a sad result of pet overpopulation. Many of these animals, says animal rights’ advocate Tambi Renee, struggle to find food and adequate shelter, causing suffering, pain, disease, and a terrible quality of life.

Tambi Renee believes that spaying and neutering can help to curb the effects of pet homelessness, reduce animal suffering and improve the quality of your pet’s life. Spaying and neutering, according to the Humane Society of the United States, helps to reduce pet homelessness, improve pet health, reduce bad pet behavior and decrease the costs to potentially devastating disease and suffering far into the future.

Tambi Renee has long been a believer that every pet deserves the opportunity to live a long, happy and healthy life. She firmly believes that spaying and neutering is a great first step towards a lengthy, healthy and productive relationship with your pet. Tambi Renee and the Humane Society of the United States believe that more should be done to increase awareness of the importance of spaying and neutering. Some states, according to the Humane Society, are forced to euthanize over 300,000 dogs and cats each year, in large part due to pet overpopulation caused by the lack of proper household pet spaying and neutering.

Tambi Renee and the Human Society also understand that spaying and neutering can help to drastically increase the length and quality of a pet’s life. States with the highest rate of spaying and neutering, according to a recent article in the USA Today, also experience the longest pet life spans on the country.

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