Tag Archives: pet overpopulation

A Few Words For the Backyard Breeders Selling Puppies in a Parking Lot

Posted on: June 1, 2015 - 5 Comments

I wish you would stop, but I know you won't. Where there is demand, there will always be supply. And as long as there are people willing to pay $200 for one of your "red nose pit" (your words, not mine) puppies, you will continue to successfully exploit your dogs for easy cash.

How to “Fix” Pet Overpopulation (Video)

Posted on: February 24, 2015 - No Comments

Pet overpopulation is a very real crisis all over the world, and a huge part of the solution is spaying and neutering.

What We Can Learn From Kill Shelters

Posted on: December 1, 2014 - 5 Comments

Despite the fact that walking into such an institution is enough to make many dog lovers' stomachs turn, there are actually a few things that can be learned from high-kill shelters.

Victoria Talks Zeuterin on Home & Family

Posted on: March 27, 2014 - No Comments

Victoria was recently featured on Hallmark Channel's morning show, Home & Family, where she and renowned veterinarian Dr. Kwane Stewart discussed the moral, behavioral, and health benefits of spaying and neutering. The two also talked about Zeuterin, the newest dog neutering procedure that has recently been approved for use in the United States. At the Read More

Exercise Caution: A Word from Victoria’s Vet About Chemical Castration

Posted on: February 24, 2014 - 8 Comments

Zeuterin – what is it and what is all the fuss about? Zeuterin is an injectable sterilization product that is labeled for use on male dogs between 3 and 10 months of age. This sounds great, right? Sterilization without surgery? Any product that could potentially decrease the number of stray pets is fantastic. But hold Read More

Dog Sterilization Injection Released in US

Posted on: February 17, 2014 - No Comments

Today, a new neutering option will be released in the United States. Zeuterin is the first-ever FDA approved injectable sterilization compound, and it could be a game-changer in the battle against dog overpopulation around the world. When dealing with the hundreds of millions of stray dogs around the world, traditional neutering practices involve anesthesia, surgery, Read More

Funding From Sochi Billionaire Helps Save Strays

Posted on: February 12, 2014 - No Comments

It may not look like much, but Sochi's new makeshift animal shelter is a beacon of hope for the city's stray dogs. When word got out that a pest removal company had been hired to eliminate Sochi's extensive stray dog population, animal lovers and activists around the world were outraged. A Russian billionaire was so Read More

Reports of Dog Genocide in Sochi

Posted on: February 4, 2014 - No Comments

Sickening reports are surfacing that just days before the Olympic torch is to be lit signifying the hope of a peaceful world community and enlightened relationships among people of all races, nationalities, colors and sizes, authorities in Sochi have hired a 'pest control' firm to exterminate the apparently huge numbers of stray dogs in the area.

Pet Overpopulation (Why To Spay & Neuter)

Posted on: January 18, 2014 - No Comments

Are you considering breeding your dog? Perhaps your breeder told you that your dog came from a champion bloodline, or maybe you want your kids to see the miracle of birth. Perhaps you imagine that letting your dog have just one litter will not make that much of a difference. Have you been holding back Read More

Top 10 Gifts That Last a Lifetime

Posted on: January 4, 2011 - 4 Comments

The lingering aroma of hot cider, eggnog, and evergreen, sparkling lights that brightened each night, and my great hope for a wonderful new year, stir me to share a list of “gifts” that can enhance the quality of every dog’s life. Your thoughtful choices make a big difference-- from adoption to the twilight days. 1. Read More