[lightbox link=”/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/GettinFixed.jpg” thumb=”/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/GettinFixed.jpg” width=”300″ align=”right” title=”” frame=”true” icon=”image” caption=””]EVERY DAY IS SPAY/NEUTER DAY AT PFOA
Peninsula Friends of Animals has clinics that are generally scheduled on the third Wednesday of each month. To participate in the next scheduled clinic, call (360) 683-4697. Please leave a message and a volunteer will return your call.
These low-cost clinics are subsidized by Peninsula Friends of Animals and some local veterinarians. CLINICS ARE FOR LOW-INCOME FAMILIES ONLY.
Spaying or neutering your pet is not only the right thing to do when it comes to helping with the pet overpopulation problem — it is kinder to your dog or cat as well.
- They are less likely to have behavioral problems when they have been spayed or neutered.
- They are less apt to want to roam neighborhoods and get into fights with other animals.
- Birthing and mothering six or eight offspring takes a lot out of your pet!
Peninsula Friends of Animals is committed to reducing the number of pets born and offers lower cost spay/neuter clinics on a regular basis for low-income families (some limitations apply.) To participate, please call our Spay/Neuter Coordinator at 360-683-4697 to set up the clinic appointments. Please do not call the veterinary clinics or hospitals to make these appointments.
Let’s work together to stop the unnecessary suffering of innocent dogs and cats who will never have a loving home due to overpopulation.