Origin of spay1
OTHER WORDS FROM spayun·spayed, adjective
WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH spayspade, spayed
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How to use spay in a sentence
Around the same time, in the late 2000s, veterinarians launched a concerted effort to spay and neuter more dogs and cats.
Fewer animals are born each year, thanks to broader spay and neuter programs, often dictated by law, and improved surgical techniques.
Many people with companion animals in their homes do disagree about issues such as spaying and neutering policies, euthanasia or pet food.The #BettyWhiteChallenge Highlights The Growth Of Animal Philanthropy And The Role Of Rescues|LGBTQ-Editor|January 17, 2022|No Straight News
A few years ago, Woods organized volunteer pilots to pick up feral cats from the island to be spayed and neutered.
Other shelters have had long-standing overcrowding issues because their states don’t have strong campaigns that encourage pet owners to spay and neuter their animals.More than 130 dogs and cats flown to D.C. region after rescue from Hurricane Ida|Dana Hedgpeth|September 2, 2021|Washington Post
She says the Humane Society would like to enforce spay and neuter laws to the point where there would be no purebred dogs left.
In a land where resources are scarce, and spay-neuter initiatives are only starting to make inroads, this is not surprising.
In the course of time, they drank four-and-twenty, when Spay said to the other, "Now we'll go."