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Top 10 Tips for a Lifetime of Good Health for Your Pet


ASPCA Health TipsOur advice isn’t intended to replace regular visits to your veterinarian—just to offer some practical ways to ensure that your pet remains in the best possible health throughout his or her life.

  1. Spay or Neuter
    Talk about preventive medicine! Removing the ovaries and uterus of a female dog or cat—otherwise known as spaying—helps prevent breast cancer and pyometra, or infection of the uterus, and stops the animal from going into heat. (Female cats, by the way, can go into heat every 3 weeks!) And ASPCA experts believe that many aggressive behavior problems can be avoided by neutering a male, or removing the testicles, by the age of six months. The surgery also prevents testicular cancer, prostate disease and hernias. More…
  2. Vaccinate

Read more: http://www.aspca.org/pet-care/pet-care-tips/medical-tips.html

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