Save a Life Pet Adoption Day

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Save A Life Adoption day is the 17th August at Brontosaurus Pets. We will have some gorgeous cats and kittens from Kitty Cat Cove looking to find their new furever homes. Come and join us for a fun filled family day.


Brontosaurus Pet of the Month

Meet Eden who is our Brontosaurus Pet of the month for August! Eden is a gorgeous French Bulldog who comes in for a bit of pampering at Brontosaurus Pets. Come in Eden for your free dog wash this month.i #pets #brontosauruspets #coffscoast #coffsharbour #welovepets #coffsnsw #petofthemonth #brontobaby


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July is National De-sexing month for your pets.

Benefits of De-sexing Dogs & Cats

There are many reasons why pet owners should de-sex their pets. As well as helping to stop pet overpopulation, the following are some of the other benefits associated with de-sexing cats and dogs.


  • Reduced risk of getting cancer or other diseases of the reproductive organs, such as testicular cancer, prostate cancer/disorders in males, and cystic ovaries, ovarian tumours, acute uterine infections and breast cancer in females, and also other diseases like mammary cancer, perianal tumours.
  • Females can suffer from physical and nutritional exhaustion if continually breeding.
  • Pets generally live longer and healthier lives.


  • Pets are less prone to wander, fight, and are less likely to get lost or injured.
  • Reduces territorial behaviour such as spraying indoors.
  • Less likely to suffer from anti-social behaviours. They become more affectionate and become better companions.
  • Eliminates “heat” cycles in female cats and their efforts to get outside in search for a mate.
  • Eliminates male dogs’ urge to “mount” people’s legs.


  • Reduces the cost to the community of having to care for unwanted puppies and kittens in pounds and shelters.
  • No additional food or vet bills for the offspring.
  • No need to find homes for unwanted or unexpected litters of puppies or kittens.
  • Save money from expensive surgeries from car accidents or fights, which are less likely to occur if your pet doesn’t roam around.
  • Dumping puppies and kittens is an ethical cost, as well as being illegal and inhumane.
  • The price of de-sexing is more affordable to those in financial need with the assistance of organisations such as NDN.


  • De-sexed animals live longer and healthier lives
  • De-sexed pets are less likely to fight or get lost
  • De-sexed pets are more affectionate and become better companions
  • De-sexing reduces unwanted puppies and kittens being dumped or left in pounds and shelters
  • de-sexing reduces the risk of disease and cancer, testicular cancer for males and ovarian or breast cancer for females, with pets who have been de-sexed generally living longer and healthier lives. It can also reduce territorial and anti-social or aggressive behaviour.


It ensures a calm temperament and reduces the likelihood of some serious diseases.

Male and female rabbits are usually de-sexed from 4-6 months of age. The main reason for de-sexing female rabbits is the prevention of uterine cancer. (it’s reported that 60-80% of rabbits may develop uterine cancer if left entire).