Could Nonsurgical Sterilization Be the Cure for Pet Overpopulation?

Traditional methods of spaying and neutering dogs and cats have been helpful in reducing the number of companion animals in our nation’s shelters. But imagine how much time, money, and taxpayer dollars could be saved if there could be a pill or injection that could be administered to prevent unplanned pregnancies!

There are some promising products on the horizon that could at least be a tool in the arsenal to alleviate shelter crowding and reduce euthanasia of perfectly healthy, adoptable animals. And nonsurgical options make a lot of sense to humanely and fiscally treat animal populations. Continue reading