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Stars Agree: Every Dog Has Her (Spay) Day

Written by PETA | February 19, 2010

It’s a good thing that my hubby, Tim, has such a huge heart, or I would probably be in a pickle right now. You see, this year, he shares his birthday with Spay Day, which is this Tuesday, February 23. Lucky for you, that means a starry slideshow of PETA’s brightest and boldest spay-and-neuter ads (versus mushy photos of Tim and me on vacation in Boulder).

 

 

Feeling inspired? Great! Tell us how you’ll help animals on Spay Day.

Written by Karin Bennett

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  • DinoSHARK! says:

    Just dropped my new puppy that I rescued off the street off at the vet’s today to be spayed!!! All my animals are fixed and they always will be.

  • Lulu says:

    I’ll do what I always doask anyone I see with a dog whose balls are still intact when doggie’s getting his big balls wacked offand explain why doggie should have balls wacked off.

  • Andre Inglis says:

    I’ll tell people at work and spread the news!

  • JASON says:

    Free SpayNeuter on February 20th and 21st for MARYLAND PG county based on income and household size send you info to threedogmomgmail.com