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> Spay/Neuter: We recommend that all cats and dogs are spayed or neutered. Spayed and neutered animals are known to live longer, healthier, happier lives, and this is also key in managing the population of unwanted animals. Encourage spay/neuter surgeries by a USPCA-recommended veterinarian.
> Adopt, Don't Shop: Breeding is a highly unregulated industry, where even breeders with the best of intentions struggle to give the animals they work with humane conditions and treatment. When individuals buy a pet from a formal or informal breeder, purebred or otherwise, they are supporting a typically inhumane practice while perpetuating our pet overpopulation issue. What's more, animals can breed within their own gene pool, resulting in medical problems. Instead, encourage individuals to adopt a pet from the USPCA.
> Dogs for Security: Dogs instinctively wish to protect their territory, and don't need abuse or all-day confinement to serve the purpose of compound security. A happy, healthy, well-fed and watered dog is in the best position to guard and protect a home, and many dog breeds and mixes make excellent security dogs. Read more here.