American Bully Breed Low-Cost Spay/Neuter Clinic Offered in Western Kentucky
Spaying and neutering are vital in helping reduce pet overpopulation and to help them live healthier lives. The Daviess County Animal Shelter with Spay-A-Stray is offering affordable spay/neuter services. This important opportunity is open to any American Bully Breed owner regardless of where you live. Because of misconceptions, this breed often ends up in shelters where it can take months or years to get adopted. If they're lucky enough, that is. Have you reserved space for your dog yet? They're also offering more much-needed services at a reduced cost so make your appointment today.
SPAY & NEUTER YOUR PETS!!!!!! PLEASE!!!! So many unwanted litters and not enough people stepping up to foster/adopt. - Sara Ross
This is such a great thing! I love it! Walk down a shelter's hall and you'll see an abundance of bully breeds and many times people just don't want to adopt them. This is such a wonderful thing! This is an effective way to fight back against euthanasia! If you want change, you have to be the change! - Denisha Stanley
SPAY-A-STRAY LOW-COST SPAY AND NEUTER CLINIC
It's time to Spay-A-Stray! Pet lovers, Spay-A-Stray with the Daviess County Animal Shelter is offering low-cost spay and neuter options, along with other services for you and your furry family members. If you have a breed not listed below that could be considered a bully breed, please email the shelter at email@example.com or call 270-925-1720 to book an appointment. This important opportunity is open to any American Bully Breed/Mix owner regardless of where you live. They hope to open this up to other breeds shortly.
BECOME A DOG WALKER WITH THE SHELTER
With an overabundance of dogs, the Daviess County Animal Shelter needs dog walkers immediately. It's also a great way for shelter dogs to learn to walk on a leash before finding their furver home. Here's how to apply for their dog handling program.
ADOPT A PET IN THE SHELTER
The Daviess County Animal Shelter receives thousands of animals annually. Some are returned to their owners, and some find new homes, but unfortunately, some are never placed in a home. This is why it is so important that these animals find new homes. If you are interested in adopting a pet, stop by the shelter. They have cats and dogs of all ages, sizes, breeds, and colors.
All adoption fees include spaying or neutering your pet at a local veterinarian. If you can't adopt and could foster, please contact the shelter. This will also save lives!
WAYS TO DONATE TO THE DAVIESS COUNTY ANIMAL SHELTER
Don't forget that the shelter always needs donations. Beyond monetary donations, you can always drop off dog or cat food. Cat litter, dog beds, food/water dishes, treats, towels, and blankets. You can always reach out to the shelter to see what's needed the MOST at any given moment. You can mail a check directly to the shelter.
Daviess County Animal Shelter
The work done at the Daviess County Animal Shelter is inspirational. The shelter volunteers work so hard year-round because they know that it will help in the mission of saving the lives of more animals. It warms this animal lover's heart!