Is the cost of spay/neuter surgery a financial hardship for you or your family? Our on-site vet clinic’s next MA Animal Fund voucher day is scheduled for Wednesday November 14th 2018 – details below! For questions/
If you have questions about a dog or cat’s eligibility to receive a voucher, please see the MA Animal Fund’s ANIMAL ELIGIBILITY CHART below
The Mass Animal Fund dedicates a significant portion of its funds to helping low-income residents who receive assistance through state programs (TAFDC, SSI, VS, SNAP, WIC, etc.) obtain spay/neuter surgery for companion animals free of charge through the Spay/Neuter Voucher Program.
Massachusetts residents interested in participating in this program should contact their local animal control officer. Contact information for municipal animal control officers can be found here http://massanimalfund.com/
NO REQUESTS MADE DIRECTLY FROM RESIDENTS WILL BE ACCEPTED.
Residents who have already received a voucher from their animal control officer can have their dogs/cats spayed or neutered at our shelters onsite vet clinic. To book your pet/s contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 978-422-8449
PLEASE SHARE WITH OTHER PET OWNERS WHO MAY BENEFIT FROM THIS WONDERFUL PROGRAM!
We recommend having your pet/s spayed or neutered at 12 weeks or 2 lbs. Our clinic specializes in high quality, early age spay and neuter…. not only does this prevent cancers and other illnesses – but also prevented unwanted behaviors such as marking, roaming, humping, aggression and a variety of other issues that pet owners do not want.
Please visit our low cost spay/neuter clinic for more info at www.sterlingshelterclinic.org
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