Looking forward to an early April opening, low-cost animal spay-neuter and vaccination services will be available at the County Animal Shelter Clinic adjacent to the animal shelter at 3839 Bradshaw Road. The County Board of Supervisors has approved entering into a new service provider agreement with Animal Spay and Neuter, a nonprofit clinic that delivers these needed services.
“We are very pleased to begin a new partnership with Animal Spay and Neuter Clinic to bring back low cost spay and neutering. Their reputation and performance are outstanding,” stated Dave Dickinson, County Animal Shelter Director. “Together we will continue efforts to reduce the number of unwanted animals and provide more resources to fight pet overpopulation.”