Fix the Plight of Homeless Animals by Getting Your Pet Spayed or Neutered

February is National Spay and Neuter Month and to help raise awareness for the plight of homeless animals and overpopulation. So the Spay Spa & Neuter Nook, at 1251 West Central Avenue in Davidsonville, is offering daily specials during the month.

Dr Bob Harrison, DVM and Bob Rude examine Mittens before spaying surgery. Photo courtesy of Spay Spa & Neuter Nook.

According to Rude Ranch Animal Rescue, a no-kill shelter located in Harwood and founders of Spay, Spa & Neuter Nook, one unaltered cat or dog has the potential to produce up to 400 puppies or kittens in his or her lifetime.  Spaying or neutering your pet can reduce the numbers of homeless and unwanted animals turned into shelters.

The ASPCA reports that the cost of spaying or neutering a pet is less than the cost of raising puppies or kittens for a year.

Spay Spa & Neuter Nook is featuring daily specials during February including:

  • No Mama Mondays—cats or dogs are spayed at a greatly reduced price
  • Tomcat Tuesdays—any and all male cats are neutered for $20
  • Hump-Free Hump-Day (Wednesday’s) dogs up to 50 pounds are neutered for $50 (larger dogs slightly more)

So round up your cat or dog and have them fixed before it’s too late. To schedule an appointment call 443-607-6496 or email info@spayspa.org for additional information.

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About Cynthia Giorgio

I'm Cynthia Giorgio, co-founding editor of South River Source. I love to write about the people, places, news and events in South County. Send story ideas to cynthia@southriversource.com or call me at 301-906-4767.

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