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Please spay or neuter pets; Fix for Life is inexpensive option for animal owners

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Abraham Lincoln once wrote, “I care not for a man’s religion whose dog and cat are not the better for it.”  Those of us with a heart for animals and a conscience feel the same way.   We hurt when we see or hear about animal cruelty and see the plight of unwanted animals.  Thankfully, there is an organization that can help in Lebanon.  New Leash on Life and it’s spay/neuter programs can help address those problems. Fix For Life is one of Lebanon’s best kept secrets.  This low-cost spay/neuter clinic offers the best deal in town.  Spays and neuters run anywhere from $30 to $50 and vaccinations are $10 each.  Not only is this clinic low-cost, but they offer the same great quality that full service Vet Clinics provide.  The staff is genuinely caring and deeply committed to helping families and saving lives of the animals through prevention.  “Saving lives through prevention” is the humane solution which Fix For Life and their staff believe in.  Each year over 4,000,000 animals are euthanized in shelters because of overpopulation.  In a seven year period, one female cat and her offspring can produce over 240,000 kittens.  On the other hand, one female dog and her offspring can produce around 67,000 puppies.  The numbers are staggering.    We must remember that it’s not just the female dogs which need to be spayed.  As they say, “It takes two to tango.”  Those boys need to be neutered as well.  It is not macho for your dog to be left “intact.” Your dog will not suffer an identity crisis and he will be healthier as well as he will not feel the urge to roam.Pet overpopulation reaches into our homes, neighborhoods, shelters, rescues, and local governments.  It touches our hearts and consciousness with the resulting euthanasia.  Having our pets altered is the only humane way to attack the problem.  Fix For Life can help.  Make an appointment for your pet now.  First time customers who mention this article will receive five dollars off a spay or neuter.  Please call (615) 453-2349 to make an appointment for your pet.  Remember, only you can make a difference in pet overpopulation and euthanasia.  Spay or neuter your pet.Jerri Rule, Director of Spay/Neuter OperationsNew Leash on Life   
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