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1. It’s EASY to make an appointment for your pet at Alabama Spay/Neuter
Just call 205.956.0012 or email email@example.com with the following:
2. It won’t break the bank $$
Here’s the basic cost for spays for females:
And for neuters for males:
There are additional charges based on whether the animal is in heat, pregnant, 50+ pounds, feral or needing a rabies vaccine. Plus, they’ve got optional add-ons, such as microchipping or nail trims to help you take great care of your pet.
3. Drop off your pet one day—pick them up the next
Alabama Spay/Neuter provides curbside service at drop-off and pick-up Mondays through Thursdays. You never have to leave the comfort of your own vehicle.
Here’s the schedule for cats:
4. Your pet will be in well-qualified hands
Dr. Margaret Ferrell is the practice owner and lead veterinarian for Spay Neuter Veterinary Services, LLC, which is the medical provider for the nonprofit Alabama Spay/Neuter. She’s also hiring for a full-time veterinarian and a licensed vet tech, in case you’d like to join the team and support the mission.
While other veterinarians perform spay/neuter services, they also deal with a host of other animal issues, from broken bones to bites.
Alabama Spay/Neuter is the one place you can go that focuses only on this type of surgery. Since the clinic was founded, they have performed over 150,000 surgeries. Why go anywhere else?
5. Everyone at Alabama Spay/Neuter supports the mission of no more homeless pets!
Everyone who works at the clinic is an animal lover and an advocate who’s committed to the mission of reducing unwanted animals. They’ll also take care of your pet as if it were their own.
Call 205.956.0012 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to book your appointment at Alabama Spay/Neuter today.
"I love animals and cannot stand to see them suffer. The key to ending so much of the suffering experienced by dogs and cats in Alabama has to do with their continual reproduction of puppies and kittens. Cats and dogs that are not sterilized (spayed or neutered) will produce litters of offspring for years, causing the supply of these animals to far exceed the number of people that could ever be willing to adopt and care for them. (For example, the Animal Rescue Professionals Association calculates that over the course of just seven years a single pair of cats and their direct descendants have the potential to produce literally hundreds of thousands of kittens!) As a result, a great proportion of these unsterilized animals’ progeny end up dying simply for lack of someone to care for them and offer a safe place to call home. These deaths are preventable today in central Alabama thanks to Alabama Spay/Neuter and the shelters and volunteers who collaborate with them to offer low-to-no-cost spay/neuter services. Alabama Spay/Neuter is playing an absolutely critical role in the effort to end the needless suffering and death of dogs and cats in our state. I am very proud to support them and am deeply grateful to everyone else who joins me in doing so!" -Sheila Ward, Donor
Hi, friends! Snip, the Transport Truck here!
I work at the Alabama Spay/ Neuter Clinic with my friend Snap! Every morning, we get to travel all over the state to pick up animals who are going to have surgery at the clinic as part of our Transport Program.
Snap has driven over 400,000 miles by himself. That’s A LOT of mileage. He works so hard that once he needed to have his engine replaced! Last summer, I wrote you and asked you to pitch in and raise money for the clinic to buy a new truck and Snap could enjoy a well-deserved retirement.
AND YOU DID IT!!!
Thanks to your generosity, Snap can soon retire in peace and coast into neutral.
It will be a little longer before the new truck is ready to come work with me, so Snap still gets to make new friends on the road in the meantime. He’s proud of the work he’s done. He hopes the Transport Program keeps growing to serve shelters and families in need long after he drives off into the sunset.
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