Aggressive spay, neuter efforts pay off in fewer deaths

07/6/2011 | SeattlePI.com

U.S. shelters will euthanize about 4 million dogs and cats this year, down from about 20 million annually before 1970, a significant drop that animal organizations attribute largely to programs that have provided free- or low-cost spaying and neutering services, state laws that require the procedures when pets are adopted and educational programs that have fostered new attitudes about the importance of neutering pets.

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