Here’s an excerpt from a news release from Mountain View Humane:
The Waldron-Ricci Spay Neuter Clinic in Christiansburg and The Sabrina & Lucky Garvin Clinic in Roanoke, have received a $5,000 grant from the Animal Farm Foundation, Inc to help 100 Pit Bull or Pit Bull mix owners spay and neuter their pets. A female Pit Bull can be spayed for $23 and males can be neutered for only $18.
This is a $50 savings per surgery off Mountain View Humane’s normal low prices.
Mountain View Humane asks bully breed owners to call (855) HIP-SNIP (855-447-7647) to schedule their dog to be spayed or neutered and for more information.
Reduced fee surgeries are by appointment only and space is limited. Owners must show proof of current rabies vaccination or their pet can be vaccinated at the time of surgery for an additional $10.
This is a WONDERFUL opportunity to get your bully breed baby fixed at a very reasonable price.
As the pet parent of a bully-breed-mixed boy, I highly encourage you to get your dog fixed. There are too many unwanted pups and not enough good homes, and let’s be honest, bullys can be hard to place. It’s unfair, I know, because my Stormy is a sweet, lovable boy. But the reputation — built by less-than-responsible dog owners, thugs and the horrors of dog fighting, which usually victimizes this breed — makes them often the last ones chosen at a shelter.
A spayed and/or neutered dog is a happier and healthier pet, I promise you that.