Come here to learn about how to care for your pets... and remember to make sure they get tutored!
The title for the blog comes from a cartoon. Two dogs are talking in the park. One is very excited, sharing that he's pretty special. The other dog asks why. The first dog replies that he is getting tutored later that day!
We think that animals are very special and that "tutoring" (or spaying or neutering) is pretty important. Animals that are neutered or spayed will live longer, healthier lives. Cats, especially the males that are not fixed, wander farther afield. This wandering exposes them to diseases as well as dangers from cars and other animals. And fixed animals don't produce litter after litter of unwanted babies.
Please, get your animals spayed or neutered! (And visit our website: www.blountanimalwellness.org for information and ways you can help spay or neuter Blount County's pets.)