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pet birth control ads

Posted by natal (My Page) on
Thu, May 17, 12 at 19:55

This is great!

Here is a link that might be useful: Fix at Four


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Adorable!


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Very cute! Advertising (or PSAs) can be SO powerful when done well.


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Ditto. I can hear everyone saying, "awww" when they show the pup and giggling, too, at those boys who are adorable as well. Very clever.


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That is very cute - and powerful. Have they moved up the recommended neutering age? I thought it was 6 months.


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I think a cat can get pregnant at 4 months and a dog at 5.


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Wonderful ad, great message . . . and it was enjoyable to watch. I wish more advertisers would give us ads like this: making a point without insulting our intelligence . . . or our ears!
Thanks Natal!
Lynn


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Love it!

When we had our youngest cat (now 8 yrs old) spayed, I think they were spaying (female) cats at 4 months. I know years ago, they used to recommend doing it at ~5 months (when the permanent canine teeth started coming in), but they've moved the age rec's up since then.

I think neutering males (at least in cats) has always been done at a slightly older age, but don't know if that timeline has been moved up as well???


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Our last 2 male cats were neutered at 4 months.


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Well Done! I'm with Lynn -- When an ad is that good, it really does the job.


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My cats were fixed at 4 months.


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