Thirty (30!) dogs and cats traveled to Animal Allies yesterday to be spayed/neutered this week! Applause, applause, applause for those pet owners who are taking advantage of the free transport and low prices. All of you with spayed/neutered pets are helping our efforts to reduce the number of animals that enter the shelter system.
February is nationally recognized as “Spay/Neuter Awareness Month.” The purpose is to encourage people to have their pets sterilized before the spring and summer months when there is a rampant overproduction of puppies and kittens. During that time most animal shelters experience an unmanageable increase in animal intake. Spay/neutering helps to decrease those numbers and saves pets’ lives.
During the month of February, Animal Allies in Spartanburg is offering “Beat the Heat” special $20 pricing for female cat spays — a $25 savings! Call (864) 576-6971 to schedule an appointment for your cat to participate in their free transport from Greenwood to their low-cost clinic. You must mention the special pricing ad at the time of scheduling your appointment.
SPECIAL JANUARY SPAY/NEUTER OFFER FOR MALE CATS AND DOGS! Do not miss this opportunity. You can participate through the FREE TRANSPORT offered from HSOG to Animal Allies in Spartanburg. All you have to do is drop your cat or dog off at our facility the morning of their scheduled surgery and pick them up that afternoon.
Dr. Paula Watkins and HSOG staff members were able to perform 52 cat neuters at our first ever cat neuter-a-thon — the most ever at our facility. The special event offered owners of male cats a reduced price of $25 for the neuter surgery and rabies and distemper vaccinations. We are so grateful to area cat owners who took advantage of this opportunity and for helping us in our campaign to reduce the animal overpopulation in our community.
To take advantage of the *FREE* transport to low-cost spay/neuter services at Animal Allies in Spartanburg, please call (864) 576-6971. Bring your pet to the Humane Society Spay/Neuter offices behind Greenwood Animal Shelter the morning of your scheduled appointment and pick him/her up that same day at 6p. DO IT NOW —
The Humane Society of Greenwood (HSOG) will hold a microchip clinic on Saturday, October 26th, 2012. The event will take place between 10:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. at the Humane Society Spay/Neuter Clinic facility, which is located at 241 Wilbanks Circle in Greenwood (behind the Greenwood County Animal Shelter). The microchip implant and registration are available for $15.00.