Wednesday, November 5, 2014

Vaccine Clinic - Sat. Nov. 8, 11am-1pm in Newnan, GA


HELP Spay/Neuter Clinic will host a low-cost vaccine clinic for dogs and cats from 11am - 1pm. Vaccines, heartworm testing and microchips will be available. Walk-in only, no appointment, no exam fee. Last check-in at 12:45pm.

When:      11am - 1pm

Where:     H.E.L.P. Spay/Neuter Clinic
               12 The Crescent
               Newnan, GA 30263


Phone:     770-304-7911

Website:  www.helpspayneuter.org

Thursday, July 31, 2014

Free Pit Bull Spay Neuter for Low Income Families

FixIt Foundation, with a grant from The Humane Society of the US, is offering to fix 100 pit bull terriers and pit-bull type dogs, including American Pit Bull Terrier  the American Staffordshire Terrier, the Staffordshire Bull Terrier, and mixed bred dogs of this "pit bull" body type.
Funding is restricted to low-income families in Georgia and 7 other states (CA, FL, KY, MO, OH, PA, TX)
Find out how you can apply at FixItFoundation.org


Friday, April 25, 2014

Free Spay Neuter for Pit Bulls in Walton, Rockdale and Newton Counties in GA

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Paradox Spay Neuter's Fix-a-Bull Program offers 12 free spays/neuters per month for Pit Bulls owned by residents of Walton, Rockdale and Newton Counties. 

This program is for privately owned pets only, not applicable for animals in foster or temporary care. Slots are available on a first-come, first-served basis.

Paradox Spay Neuter is located at 1200 Industrial Park Way, Loganville, GA.

For more information, phone 770-972-5067 or email info@paradoxspayneuter.com

Sunday, April 13, 2014

Free Spay Neuter for Pit Bulls and Pit Bull mix dogs in Lumpkin County, GA

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The Lumpkin County Animal Shelter, Friends of Lumpkin County Shelter Animals, Dahlonega Animal Hospital and an anonymous donor are jointly offering FREE spay/neuter surgeries for Pit Bulls and Pit Bull mixes.

This is a voucher program available to any Pit Bull / Pit Bull mix owner in Lumpkin County. These surgeries are available on a first-come basis by appointment only. Spay/neuter surgery will be performed on any Pit Bull or Pit Bull Mix 8 weeks or older who is at least 7 pounds.

This program is for private pet owners only, rescues and shelters are not eligible. Spay/neuter certificates may only be redeemed at Dahlonega Veterinary Hospital, in Dahlonega, Georgia.

For more information on how to sign up and to see if your animal qualifies for this service, please call the Lumpkin County Animal Shelter at 706-867-7297.

Thursday, March 13, 2014

Free Spay Neuter for Pet Owners in DeKalb County, GA


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Lifeline Animal Project is running a special program Spay Neuter Impact Project to offer free spay/neuter services for DeKalb County pet owners.

If you are a resident of DeKalb County and can not afford even reduced cost spay/neuter, you can apply by filling out the application available on DeKalb County Animal Services website. 

This program also offers free vaccinations. For more details, and to get an application, visit www.dekalbanimalservices.com. You can also visit 845 Camp Rd, Decatur, GA 30032 to fill in an application in person. Don't wait! This offer will expire when the funds run out.

Thursday, January 2, 2014

$20 Cat Spay Neuter For Residents of ZIP 30114 & 30107

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The Georgia Animal Project is running a $20 cat spay/neuter special for residents of Canton (zip 30114) and Ball Ground (30107). Proof of residency is required. 

The Georgia Animal Project is located at 310 Gilmer Ferry Rd, Suite B, Ball Ground, GA.

Rabies vaccines are included at no additional charge and will be given unless you provide proof your animal is current. 


Also included: post-operative pain injections and nail trims (if desired) at no additional charge. All animals are given a small tattoo mark adjacent to their incision to facilitate future veterinary examinations unless requested otherwise.  

Check the Georgia Animal Project website for more details.