To save a life, spay or neuter
The economy is continuing to take its toll on homeless pets in our community. The SPCA of Wake County, which partners with shelters in surrounding counties to rescue their at-risk pets, is continually receiving calls from people who can no longer afford the costs associated with their pets, especially large dogs.
The Saving Lives Spay/Neuter Animal Clinic is a low-cost, high-volume clinic that fixes pets for a rock-bottom cost. This service is provided to anyone in the community and will save pet owners hundreds of dollars – especially owners of large dogs.
Many people in the Clayton area of Johnston County already know about and use this service, but we feel more people need to take advantage of this opportunity, which is located a few miles down the road.
This low-cost service could be the difference between someone keeping their beloved pet or having to surrender it to a shelter, which is ultimately a difference in life or death for a beloved pet.
Dr. Mary Ann McBride, director of the Saving Lives Spay/Neuter Clinic, is committed to making a difference by providing top-quality, low-cost, high-volume surgeries at her facility. To learn more, visit spcawake.org/savinglivesnc.
Marketing and social-media manager, SPCA of Wake County