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Spay/Neuter

We know we continually harp on this subject, but the need continues...

Many kittens, puppies, rabbits, cats & dogs are put to death because there simply are not enough homes available. As a NO Kill organization, we find this unacceptable! The solution is so simple-spay or neuter your pet. Neutering your pet not only helps control over-population, but it can save your pet's life! Many conditions and diseases can be significantly reduced by having your cat or dog spayed, including many common types of cancer.

Other social benefits to having a spayed or neutered companion animal include having a less stressed out pet. Cats that are left intact fight, spray urine to mark territory, yowl constantly and are frequently seen by their vet for abscessed bite wounds. Male dogs roam and form aggressive packs when a neighborhood female dog is in heat. These packs are dangerous to people and children living near by. Female dogs tend to be irritable and snappy. There are many reasons to have your pet neutered.

Attention landlords: You can do your part to help over-population of pet animals by requiring all tenants to provide proof of spay/neuter for any animal they may have. If you are kind enough to allow animals, this should be the next step. Many of the animals arriving at the shelters are superfluous litters left behind in apartments when owners moved out. By checking on spay/neuter, you will not only keep down the numbers of unwanted animals, but you will insure that responsible people are inhabiting your dwellings.

Low Cost Spay Neuter Certificates are available through The Friends of Animals, 1-800-321 PETS. Spaying and neutering will help make your dog or cat a healthier, happier pet. "Choose to be part of the solution and not the problem."

Rabies Clinics

We hold rabies clinics 3-4 times per year, in North Berwick and Berwick. Our clinics now offer microchipping as well as rabies vaccinations.

Food Bank

Our food bank can provide dog or cat food for those temporarily unable to provide for their pets. Call us at 676-9330 or email boomeredgewater@comcast.net.

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