Prevent Unwanted Pets
38 Coronation Avenue
BB12 7BT England
Too Many Unwanted Dogs
This is a real problem, there are simply too many puppies, too many kittens, and too many rabbits being produced without a thought for their future. The greatest cruelty which people inflict on animals today is thoughtless breeding which inevitably leads to an increase in unwanted animals all fighting for a short and unhappy existence.
The answer to the problem of too many dogs is spaying and neutering.
2 dogs can produce up to 84 puppies in one year.
Year 1 - A possible 86 animals create 84 puppies.
Year 2 we have a possible 170 animals.
Year 3 we have a possible 3782 animals.
There's a potential of 10,922
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