Almost all pet owners would admit they have heard about things like pet overpopulation, crowding at animal shelters, the need for humane societies to help animals who don’t have homes and the importance of spaying and neutering your pets. The problem is, there are quite a few “myths” out there which can make deciding whether or not to have your pet altered very difficult. Here are a few common misconceptions as well as some great reasons to consider spaying or neutering your furry family members!Full Story
The Berg girls have a love for animals just like their parents. I’m sure it comes as no surprise to anyone to learn our family has 3 cats, 2 dogs, a corn snake, a leopard gecko, a tree frog (caught in church under a pew), 3 rabbits, more guppies than we know what to do with (don’t frogs eat guppies??) and 4 horses. Why do we have so many animals? Well, to put it bluntly, because we are suckers. That plus the fact that our children seem to be able to find pets or make pets out of pretty much anything they find. The majority of our pets are cast-offs that needed homes. Orphaned kittens that we got too attached to, a dog that was hit by a car and whose owner couldn’t afford care, horses slated for euthanasia because of injuries that prevented them from racing, and so on. And though it feels like I’m taking care of a farm every day as I make my way around feeding, cleaning, grooming, etc., it’s worth every second.Full Story
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