How Can You Help?

Here are some ways that you can help:

  1. Spay/Neuter Your Pet. Spaying or neutering your pet means that your animal and its potential offspring won’t contribute to the population of homeless and abandoned pets.
  2. Spread the Word. Help us to educate people regarding the vital role that spaying/neutering plays in controlling the pet population.
  3. Volunteer. Email us and let us know what you can do to help at or in support of the clinic. Are you available to help transport animals to and from the clinic? Can you give a day or two a week to help with laundry and/or kennel cleaning? Do you have fund raising ideas like coordinating a rummage sale to benefit the clinic or a silent auction? Are you interested in learning more about our “Training Wheels” program where we go out into the community and help pet owners resolve animal welfare issues? Are you interested in raising funds to sponsor feral cat spay/neuters?
  4. Donate Funds. Our target clientele are those that may not be able to afford even our low fees. Your donation in any amount will help us provide services to those in need. Targeting those animals that would not otherwise be spayed/neutered will have the greatest impact on overpopulation.
    1. Click here to Sponsor A Spay Today
  5. Donate Supplies. Donating any of the following supplies that are used routinely at the clinic will help us to cut costs:
    1. Towels
    2. Paper Towels
    3. Blankets
    4. Liquid Laundry Detergent (w/o bleach)
    5. Dryer Sheets
    6. Hand Soap
    7. Hand Sanitizer
    8. Zip-Lock Baggies (sandwich sized)
    9. Copy Paper (8 1/2 x 11)
    10. Colored Copy Paper (8 1/2 x 11)
    11. Pet Carriers (XL, L, M and S)
    12. Gift Cards (Sams, Walmart or any office supply)
    13. Bleach
    14. Litter Boxes
    15. Cat Litter
    16. Lysol Spray
    17. Dry Cat Food
    18. Dry Dog Food
    19. Lint Rollers
    20. Postage Stamps
    21. Ink Pens
    22. Zip Ties
    23. Distilled Water
    24. Garbage bags (13 gallon, 55 gallon)