Is your pet spayed/neutered?
Make a New Year’s Resolution to Neuter Your Male Dog or Cat During Spay Neuter Network’s “Happy Neuter Year” Campaign.
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The “Happy Neuter Year,” campaign will provide $30 neutering surgeries for male dogs under 60 pounds and male cats during the month of January.
Spaying and neutering is the most effective way to reduce the homeless pet population and end pet euthanasia in our shelters. It is safe for puppies and kittens as young as eight weeks old, according to the American Veterinary Medical Association.
“Neutering male pets is a simple surgery that reduces unwanted behaviors, like roaming, fighting, and urine marking,” says Bonnie Hill, Founder and Executive Director, Spay Neuter Network. “It also is the only way to guarantee your dog or cat never fathers a litter of puppies or kittens, which is costly and adds to the number of homeless pets in our community.”
This special $30 rate is even less than the organization’s normal low-cost fee and is available to all residents in North Texas. Pet parents who wish to take advantage of this offer must mention the “Happy Neuter Year” campaign when they schedule their appointment. This campaign is based on availability.
“We alter up to 500 pets every week here in North Texas,” said Hill. “Despite our low cost, we are able to offer safe, high-quality care to our clients thanks to our funders.”
Please visit www.spayneuternet.org to for information on this program special and to schedule appointments or call 972.472.3500.
Funding for this program is available for owned animals only. Rescues and non-profit animal organizations can contact Spay Neuter Network for special pricing. Vaccinations and other services available at low cost.
About Spay Neuter Network
Spay Neuter Network is a volunteer 501(c) 3 nonprofit corporation eliminating pet overpopulation through spay/neuter services, while empowering communities to care responsibly for dogs and cats.
Spay Neuter Network operates three stationary spay neuter clinics, a surgery transport service for those with limited transportation and a Mobile Animal Spay/Neuter Hospital (MASH) in the Dallas / Fort Worth Metroplex and surrounding counties, providing affordable pet vaccinations, sterilizations and pet care resources to more than 20 communities.
Spay Neuter Network performs more than 30,000 surgeries and services an additional 25,000 pets through its outreach programs each year at little or no cost to pet owners in North Texas. To learn more about Spay Neuter Network or to donate, contact us at 972-472-3500 or www.spayneuternet.org
According to Alicia Parlapiano’s New York Times article, pet euthanasia rates have dropped 75% across the country. Some of the biggest success is right here at our very own Dallas Animal Services (70%) and it is all due to spay/neuter and adoption. Let that sink in.
All the work, the fundraising, the education. It is REALLY paying off. So, congratulations to our friends and partners at Dallas Animal Services. THANK YOU to the community for getting your pets fixed and adopting shelter pets.
So, what does it take to be the leading city in the nation with the biggest drop in pet euthanasia over the last 10 years? It takes a lot of work at the shelter and a lot of support from nonprofits.
Spay Neuter Network…
- Works WITH shelters. They need all of our support.
- Forms amazing partnerships, like we have with our friends at Dallas Animal Services, and helps ensure all pets returned home or adopted are spayed or neutered.
- Receives support from local foundations for help with our projects.
- Sterilizes tens of thousands of pets for free
- Provides hundreds of low-cost and free vaccine clinics to help pets and educate the public
- Microchips tens of thousands of dogs and cats to ensure they make it home again if lost…
- Walks door-to-door educating pet owners and making surgery appointments — 100,000 doors knocked so far!
- Reaches millions of people through social media impressions and direct mail
- Visits classrooms to teach humane education, ensuring the next generation are responsible pet owners
- and delivers more hours of dedicated service to end pet overpopulation than ever before
The work has been vast but, for just a moment, lift your head and take a look at what we have achieved together. We have made a difference, so smile, and know that someday we will get this problem fixed. For good.
Spay Neuter Network
Spay Neuter Network was contacted on Sunday, August 27th by the Texas Animal Health Commission and asked to deploy to Corpus Christi the following day to assist in the treatment of injured animals in the wake of Hurricane Harvey. However, late Sunday evening we received a call from TAHC asking us to stand by as they were not yet able to determine a safe passage to the area for our Hope Mobile.
The Hope Mobile, a mobile surgical hospital bus capable of holding up to 50 animals, is ideal for triage, treatment and surgery for injured and ill animals in disaster situations. As the only group in North Texas with a bus of this kind, we are uniquely able to assist animals right where disaster strikes, such as when we joined first responders to provide medical care to animals impacted by the deadly Canton, TX tornado.
Spay Neuter Network is still on stand by and expects to deploy to be of assistance in some manner in the gulf region in the upcoming weeks. We are eager to be of assistance, however, we believe it is critical that we wait for an official assignment in the midst of the chaos following the storm to ensure we do not inhibit efforts. We will continue to post updates on our efforts to assist with Hurricane Harvey on our Facebook page and here on our website as status and needs related to the disaster change by the hour.
Thanks to the support of animal lovers like you, we are always ready to jump into action and travel to areas where the animals need us most. Thank you for supporting Spay Neuter Network’s lifesaving programs, including our disaster response efforts.