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February 02, 2010

Low-cost Spay/Neuter Program

Thanks to a generous donor, tHE CLYDEY FOUNDATION PARTNERS WITH ANIMAL SERVICES TO OFFER DONOR SUBSIDIZED, SPAY/NEUTER SERVICES FOR DOGS IN MIAMI-DADE

(MIAMI, January 25, 2010) In an effort to help control the pet overpopulation problem, The Clydey Foundation and Miami-Dade Animal Services will offer donor-subsidized ($30 owner co-pay) spay/neuter services for dogs, every Tuesday, on the Clydey Foundation Mobile Unit stationed at the Animal Services shelter located at 7401 NW 74th Street, Miami, FL 33166. 

"There are simply too many stray and abandoned dogs and not enough homes to save every pet surrendered to Animal Services.  Spaying or neutering your pet helps reduce the number of unwanted litters and protects them from health issues that may develop later in life", said Dr. Pizano, Animal Services Director.

 WHAT:     Spay and neuter surgery for dogs, limited space, first come first served.

 COST:      $30 Co-payment.

 WHO:        The Clydey Foundation parked at Miami-Dade Animal Services Department.

 WHEN:      Check in at 8:00 a.m. on Tuesdays, starting February 2nd, 2010.

 WHERE:   Miami-Dade Animal Services Shelter - 7401 NW 74 ST - Miami, FL 33166. 

                

Requirements: Proof of current rabies vaccination for dogs over 4 months of age.  Rabies vaccine can be obtained the day of surgery for $10 (or $3 if qualified low-income).  Up to 4 dogs per household; 2 months and older. No food or water after 12 midnight the night before.   No appointment necessary.  Veterinarian may decline surgery due to health reasons.  

Pet overpopulation is something we can control, but we need the community to make a difference.  Be part of the solution, spay or neuter your pet.

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