Reaserch paper - Jeremy Fisher Eng IIB 10/15/07 Mrs. Latham...

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Jeremy Fisher Eng IIB 10/15/07 Mrs. Latham Everyday pets are put through all kinds of abuse, yet nobody’s doing anything to help about it. Spaying and neutering is a common practice. This causes pets to have a poorer quality of life. Pets should not be spayed or neutered. Dogs who are sterilized before they have reached full maturity are than they would be left intact. Sex hormones influence the end of bone growth after puberty. Sex hormones never arrive in dogs, which are altered before maturity, the bones continue growing for longer than they would in the dog. Pets that are neutered are less playful and calmer. If you do not want a calm dog do not spay or neuter it. Dogs who are hyper before being spayed become more hyper than intact. Neutering a dog can cause your dog to gain weight. The removal of sex hormones may tend to slow an animal’s metabolism. Intact animals typically have a strong mating desire and can expend a lot of energy looking for a mate and reproducing.
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