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Is Early Spay And Neuter For Cats Negative Like It Is For Dogs Too?
When Discussing Canine Spay/Neuter, It Is Best To Wait 6 Months To Even Over A Year Depending On The Size Of The Dog And When They Stop Growing.
Is This True For Cats Also That It'S Best To Wait Until 6 Months Or They Can Have Growth Problems And Increases Of Cancer?
No, since cats don't reach that large size that dogs do, it's not an issue. In fact, the current thinking is with cats, the sooner the better. Females increase their risk of developing mammary cancer with each passing heat cycle. Females who are spayed prior to their first heat almost never get mammary cancer - it's generally fatal, or at best extremely expensive to treat. Females who are allowed to cycle in and out of heat are at risk for developing a deadly infection of the uterus called pyometra. With males, the big risk is that they develop spraying behaviors when they become sexually mature. Females can be spayed when they reach 2 1/2 pounds (about 10 weeks) and males when they reach 2 pounds (about 8 weeks). It's called a pediatric alter, and has been safely done (and recommended) in the US for over 20 years.
ETA - my remarks about females should have been "female cats". I have read up on the whole thing about dogs - and while cats and dogs are both mammals, there is where the similarity ends of course :)
How Will Neutering My 6 Month Odl Puppy Change Him? Obviously He Can'T Breed A Female Anymore, But Are There Any Personality Changes, Etc.??
Additionally to being a birth control method, neutering has health benefits. Uterine, ovarian, and testicular cancer are prevented, and hormone-driven diseases such as benign prostatic hypertrophy become a non-issue as well. Female cats and dogs are seven times more likely to develop mammary tumors if they are not spayed before their first heat cycle.  Unspayed dogs have a 25% chance of developing mammary tumors, about 50% of which are malignant.  A dangerous common uterine infection known as pyometra is also prevented.
The procedures may also help to address behavioral issues that might otherwise result in animals being given up to shelters, abandoned, or euthanised
Obviously, most animals lose their libido due to the hormonal changes involved with both genders, and females no longer experience heat cycles, which may be a major nuisance factor, especially in female cats. Minor personality changes may occur in the animal. Neutering is often recommended in cases of undesirable behavior in dogs, although studies suggest that while roaming, urine marking, and mounting are reduced in neutered males, it has little effect on aggression and other important behavioral issues. Intact male cats are more prone to urine spraying, while many common behavioral causes of urine marking remain in castrated cats. Contrary to popular belief, neutered male cats are not more prone to urethral blockages than intact toms. A male cat's naturally longer, narrower urethra predispositions the animal for blockage whether it is neutered or not. Key factors in prevention include an increased fluid intake and a nutritious, minimally processed diet.
Recent observational research by PAACT, The Professional Association of Applied Canine Trainers, suggests that spaying and neutering, though in many cases beneficial, may cause physiological and psychological problems if performed too early. PAACT claims that some dogs display paedomorphic tendencies, which may be related to early spaying and neutering PAACT. More clinical research is needed to verify these claims
Pet Rat Questions! Part 2?
So Here They Are ( Continuing My First Questions )
1. When Buying A Rat, Where Do I Buy? (I Don'T Think I Have A Breeder Near Me)
2. How Long/Tall/Wide Should A Cage For 2 Be?
3. How Often Should I Give Fresh Fruit/Veggies?
4. How Often To Clean The Cage For 2 Females? (If They'Re Pottie Trained)
5. First Supplies Needed When/ Before Buying The Rat?
6. If They Have Eachother, How Often Should They Be Out Each Day?
1. Pet stores normally get their "stock" from breeding mills where conditions are no better than awful. It's best never to buy from stores selling live animals, don't support the practice. Finding a breeder can be hard and sometimes take time. I personally would always check online classified ads in my area (kijiji and cragslist). I've never purchased from a reputable breeder because they are a rarity in my location too. But I would see TONS of ads advertising accident-litters, or otherwise unwanted pet rats. You should also check shelters (petfinder.com) to adopt from!
2. A pair require a minimum of 4 cubic feet. When looking at cages, you can just use this calculator to do the math for you: http://www.rattycorner.com/odds/calc.sht...
Ideally, you need something suitable for ferrets.
3. Rats need a variety of veggies/fruits, as well as other plain human foods (plain cooked pasta, meat, egg, etc). You can offer these daily or every other day, but try to change them around as much as possible so it's not the same every time.
4. Keeping in mind that rats do not come potty trained, and teaching them will take some time, as long as you empty the pan out each day, the cage should last a couple weeks. However until they have it down, you need to clean it out weekly. You should use fleece rather than loose bedding, and just launder that weekly.
5. You should have the entire cage already set up before you bring them home. That includes a food dish, water bottle, multiple hiding boxes, hammocks, litter box, etc.
6. Minimum is an hour a day. I personally left their cage open while at home, and they came and went as they pleased. But this takes a rat-proofed room, and taming! :)
About Sims 2 Pets Question?
My Sims Get Really Tired And Ive Heard That You Can Get The Toddler To Sleep In The Dog Bed And Play With The Dogs Toys... My Toddler Wont Sleep In The Dog Bed...
Is There A Cheat For It?
And Dont Say All That Crap About &Quot;Not Meant To Sleep In Dog Beds!&Quot;
I found this quote from the sims 2 toddler wiki:
"If the Pets expansion pack is installed, a hungry toddler can eat pet food from a pet bowl, and may do so autonomously. If the Apartment Life expansion is also installed, toddlers can sleep in pet beds, thus eliminating the need for somebody to put them in their crib."
Which means that they have to do it on their own and cannot be directed to do so.
I do remember my Toddlers in the sims 2 eating from the pet bowls when I wasn't looking.
Perhaps you can leave them unattended near a pet bowl and see what they do.
All Vets For Equine Animals!!!!! I Need Help I Have A Donkey Who Is Not Doing Well At All Can You Help Me?
Ok So My Donkey For The Last Week Has Been Laying Down Not With The Horse Or The Cow. As Of Tonight Sunday June 26 He Is Not Eating He'S Not Pooping He Is Peeing But Not Pooping. We Think That He Lost A Tooth But We Found It And I Checked To Make Sure That He Had His Back Teeth. When He Walks His Back Legs Are Stiff. When He Eats Everything Is Sucked On And He Is Just Not Acting Right. I Have Fed Him Oat Meal With Molasses In It And Tonight I Put A Little Bit Of Vegetable Oil In It To See If It Will Loosen Up Some Of That Stuff Inside. I Have A Vet Coming Tomorrow But I Would Like To Know A Little More Tonight About What I Might Be Dealing With. Thanks!!
I am not a vet, but what are you waiting for? Call the vet now!!! You should have called the vet a week ago when your donkey started exhibiting abnormal behavior. Maybe you should also check your pastures for toxic plants, just to be sure he did't ingest a poison, and keep him moving! Don't feed him again until the vet clears him.
What Kind Of Pets Do Veterinarians Care For(Small Animal Vets)?
I Just Want To No All The Pets Small Vets Would Care For
You need to call the specific vet and ask them.
I know a dog-and-cat vet who also knows how to take care of camels and elephants, but doesn't anymore!
There are vets for almost any animal in the pet trade, especially the ones that are most common. If you're looking for a tarantula vet, though, good luck.
They even have vets for fish, you just need to look around.
One small animal vet may specialize in only small avians, rabbits, and guinea pigs... but another may specialize in chinchillas and all rodents, etc. It really depends on the individual, and which pets are popular in that area.