LOW COST SPAY & NEUTER
The Alabama Animal Alliance, Inc. has opened a
groundbreaking facility to combat our area's severe pet overpopulation problem.
It is well known that there are far too many healthy, adoptable dogs and cats
than there are responsible homes for them. As a result, every day animals are
euthanized in area shelters or left to fend for themselves along our county
roads. The clinic provides low-cost spay/neuter services to the cats and dogs
of central and south Alabama.
Visit their website-Alabama
Animal Alliance, Inc.
The Alabama Animal Alliance Spay/Neuter Clinic is a 501 c 3 non-profit
organization that works closely with the Montgomery Humane Society, Humane
Society of Elmore County, various rescue groups, and thousands of Alabama
residents. Knowing that you are an animal lover, I was hoping that you might be
willing to help us spread the word about this new program that is saving lives
by preventing unwanted animals from being born.
For more information, visit our website www.alabamaspayneuter.com
or call us at 334-239-7387. Please feel free to share this information with
anyone you think might be interested.
Low Cost Spay/Neuter Options
Why You Should Spay and Neuter Your Pets
Over 5,000 animals are brought into the Humane Society of Elmore County alone
each year because of domesticated pet overpopulation! Of these only thirty to
forty percent are adopted. And the same is true all over the United States.
Every day in the U.S. thousands upon thousands of puppies and kittens are born
because of uncontrolled breeding of pets. Add to that the number of offspring
of stray and abandoned animals, and the total becomes even more staggering.
Every year MILLIONS of animals enter U.S. shelters; at least half of them are
euthanized because there are no homes for them. On a larger scale, over 5,500
puppies and kittens are born every hour in America. This is compared to only
415 people born every hour in America. There are simply not enough homes! We
must act responsibly and help control this overpopulation ‹ spaying and
neutering is the Answer!
Some people refuse to spay or neuter their pet because they think it would be
nice for their pet to have puppies or kittens. Each responsible home that is
found for these means one less home is available for the many shelter animals
waiting to be adopted. Each day animal shelters are forced to destroy thousands
of dogs and cats due to a lack of responsible homes. Please, do your part and
spay and neuter your pets! Spaying and neutering can drastically improve your
pet¹s health and life expectancy. The idea that pets become fat or lazy when
they are spayed or neutered is a myth. Sterilized pets lead healthier, longer
lives. Spaying a female eliminates the possibility of uterine and ovarian
cancer and greatly eliminates the risk of breast cancer, not to mention the mess
and stress associated with a pet in heat! Females in heat can also attract
potentially dangerous males who often climb into ³secure² fences! Neutering a
male reduces the risk of both prostate enlargement and prostate cancer.
Neutering will also make your pet more affectionate and less likely to want to
roam, get in fights, or become lost.
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EVERY litter makes a difference!
Charities® and theASPCA®, searchable
database will help you find low-cost spay/neuter programs in your community. Click