Our July 12th FREE pit bull spay/neuter day was such a success, with so many people showing up with their dogs, that we had to schedule several overflow appointments on July 30th. People were happy to return. "We believe in being responsible and that means getting our dog neutered," one guardian said as she waited with her big bruiser of a dog. If only every dog and cat guardian would feel the same. This is a particulary tough time of year for animal shelters -- puppies and kittens, litter after litter, all needing homes showing up daily. AND, there are still lots and lots of wonderful, deserving discarded adult cats and dogs anxiously waiting for their opportunity to be placed in forever homes.
I nominate the caregivers who brought their pit bulls in for surgery on Friday as my heroes of the week. Thanks for making sure that your dogs are NOT contributing to the overpopulation crisis. AND, considering that pit bulls remain one of the most abused and most misunderstood breeds of dogs, those guardians get an extra gold star in my book.
Our next FREE pit bull spay/neuter day is Monday, AUGUST 9th --
- No appointment necessary
- No income or residence restrictions
- Plus FREE rabies, DHPP, and bordatella shots
- Drop off is between 8 a.m. and 9 a.m. -- Spots often fill up by 8:15 a.m
- Pick-up between 3:00 p.m. and 4:00 p.m.
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