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Jacki IMOM

Jacki IMOM

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From 1998 through 2009, 3.89% of IMOM emergency cases have been for something that could have been prevented had the pet been spayed or neutered.

This forum contains the cases IMOM has had for conditions that absolutely could have been prevented if the pet had been spayed or neutered. You won't find any that MIGHT have been prevented - only those that without a doubt could have been prevented.

We have had a whole lot of cases for conditions that might have been prevented had the pet been spayed or neutered but we're not putting this in this forum.
Jacki and Magic, IMOM Founders


Pyometra is a serious uterine infection that is potentially fatal and can occur in unspayed animals. Spay and neuter -- it's the right thing to do!







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