After the Camp Fire, families with dogs who were not yet spay/neutered were stressed with the possibility of unintended litters when multi-families with several dogs sought shelter in crowded homes. We continue to be a resource for those dog owners with free spay/neuter surgeries to help them avoid the inevitable.
Megan was one of those people. Her female husky-x mated with a dog in the home where she was staying and she knew she was in for major headaches if the mating produced puppies. A spay resolved that possibility and Megan was able to move to a new state with one less burden to bear.
If you're a Camp Fire survivor and need a spay/neuter for your dog, please contact us and we'll do our best to get one set up. CONTACT