The Spay and Neuter Commuter
For cats and dogs in Davidson County, NC
Official Press Release

HUMANE SOCIETY TO OFFER SPAY AND NEUTER TRANSPORT SERVICE
Program will provide access to a low cost spay neuter clinic
     
                                

In 2011, over 7,000 dogs and cats were euthanized in Davidson County.  The Humane Society has a new program it hopes will have an impact on lowering the number of unwanted pets that are euthanized each year.  The Spay and Neuter Commuter is a transfer service that will begin on March 21, 2012.  Pet owners wishing to spay or neuter their animals will drop them off at the designated location to be transported to Planned Pethood in Greensboro, an affiliate of the Humane Society of the Piedmont. 


Pet owners will receive services at low cost rates.
The location of the transport is at 1114 Piedmont Drive (near Regency Inn and the County Fairgrounds).  The transport service will take place the third Wednesday of each month.  Pets should be at the location between 7:15 and 8:15 a.m.  Animals will be dropped off at the above location at 10:30 a.m. on Thursdays, the day after surgery. 

All pets must be in a hard plastic carrier.  Feral cats can also be placed on the transport vehicle, but they must be contained in a trap. A limited amount of carriers will be available on loan.

The Humane Society of Davidson County is a volunteer organization dedicated to the welfare of animals. For more than 36 years, the HSDC has worked to reduce the pet overpopulation problem and alleviate animal suffering. With the support and cooperation of local veterinarians, we have assisted financially in the spay/neuter of thousands of animals. Through our new program, we hope to reach even more pet owners in our efforts to curb the pet overpopulation problem.  
 


The Humane Society of Davidson County is a volunteer organization dedicated to the wellfare of animals. 

For more than 36 years, the HSDC has worked to 
reduce the pet overpopulation problem and alleviate animal suffering. We have educated the public about the needs of animals and promoted laws that benefit animals. Over the years, we have saved the lives of thousands of unwanted puppies and kittens, thereby working to reduce the serious problem of overpopulation. 
























 



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