-- — Two grants received by the Franklin County Humane Society will allow county residents to get their pets spayed and neutered at reduced prices or even free next week, reports member Eva Heyob.
Thanks to an American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals grant, the cost of surgeries for cats and dogs will be $20 less.
The full price before the discount is $53 for dogs and $33 for cats. A $12 rabies vaccination is required unless a rabies certification (not tag) can be produced.
This $20 surgery discount will be offered at one of two clinics used by FCHS until the funds are depleted.
Owners may get their pit bull or pit bull mixed breed dogs spayed or neutered free Thursday, Aug. 23, only. A rabies vaccine, nail trim and bandana are included.
According to Heyob, “This awesome promotion is offered by Pets Alive Spay Neuter Clinic through a grant received from PetSmart Charities.”
There is limited availability for surgeries Thursday, Aug. 23.
Persons may register at FCHS headquarters, 107 High St., Brookville, Saturday-Tuesday, Aug. 18-22, between the hours of 11 a.m.-2 p.m. or call 765-647-1444 to make an appointment by noon Wednesday, Aug. 22.