Humane Society gets grant to assist families with spaying/neutering pit bulls | Community Spirit
The Humane Society of Henderson County in Kentucky has obtained a grant to assist with low and no income families with Pit Bull Terriers in Henderson County.
The Pit Bull Terrier vastly overrules any other breed of dog at the shelter. These dogs are all filling the shelter as stray, unwanted, abused, or neglected dogs and they sit in the shelters
The Humane Society of Henderson County would like to try to reduce the numbers of unwanted animals by offering the funds of this grant to the community in the form of VERY LOW cost spay and neuters to families that are on supplemental, low, or no income (with documentation).
Here is the plan of action. For just $20 The Humane Society of Henderson County will spay and / or neuter your pet and microchip the dog. The Humane Society will then pick up the cost of the rest.
To get signed up for your Pit Bull to be spay and / or neutered, please come to the shelter to get prequalified and get put on the list of appointments. You should bring documentation of income to the shelter located at 203 Drury Lane Henderson, KY 42420. They will set up an appointment and give instructions as to how to prepare.
The shelter is working with local veterinarians to get this work completed and fulfill this grant and the shelter is hoping that this improves the commitment to the community to make Henderson a leader in animal care and control.
Remember Pit Bull owners that are going through a rough time, are encouraged to take advantage of this opportunity to get your animal spay / neutered though this Pit Bull grant program through the Humane Society of Henderson County.
For more information, contact Joshua Cromer at email@example.com or Misty Payne at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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