Dr. Byron Maas, a local veterinarian with a global reach, talks about Zeutering (zinc neutering), and shares insights from his spay and neuter campaigns around the world
In this episode, Bend veterinarian Byron Maas, who has spayed and neutered tens of thousands of animals both in Central Oregon, and abroad in many island nations, shares with us his unique perspective on the future of spay and neuter, the no-kill movement, and the shelter system in the United States. Dr. Maas also tells us about a new, revolutionary, non-surgical neutering procedure called Zinc Neutering: It’s less costly, has a quicker recovery time, and could provide great benefits in achieving the goal of no more homeless pets around the world. And, of course, we highlight the latest News from the Vegan Frontier, let you know about vegan related happenings in and around Central Oregon, and more!
All Things Vegan airs on KPOV, Bend Community Radio.
Listen to the June 12, 2012 show. For complete show notes, see All Things Vegan Radio.
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