Spay and neutering
Need a discount

Somerset, KY

#1 Jul 19, 2010
Any vets that offer a discount on spay and neutering for rescued stray cats.Have three that I want to keep it I can get them fixed without having to take out a loan....
Not on much to reply back quickly...but...All info appreciated...
thank you.
broke

Manchester, KY

#2 Jul 20, 2010
i no there is a vet that does this but i cant recall the name
meow

Sikeston, MO

#3 Jul 20, 2010
London Vet will work with you on time.
They have with me before.
Do you all think there is a need in the Tri-County area to start something to help with Spay or Neutering? I've beem checking on starting something and I do need public input. What do ya think.
sassypup

Somerset, KY

#4 Jul 20, 2010
meow wrote:
London Vet will work with you on time.
They have with me before.
Do you all think there is a need in the Tri-County area to start something to help with Spay or Neutering? I've beem checking on starting something and I do need public input. What do ya think.
I think there is a need for this help. I would use it if it was available. Great idea!!

Since: Mar 10

London, KY

#5 Jul 20, 2010
There is a great need. I live in a very obscure place and we have strays dropped a lot.
PetSmart

London, KY

#6 Jul 20, 2010
You can get a voucher that will reduce the cost of the surgeries.
No Crap

United States

#7 Jul 20, 2010
Look if you can't afford the pet don't have one. Personally, I think all the strays should be put down. Way too many dogs and cats roaming around.
Stryker

London, KY

#8 Jul 20, 2010
Back home we had a vet that would do free spay/neuter services for a day every spring and fall, I think it was, no questions asked. It was a wonderful service, and greatly cut down on the number of unwanted strays in our town, which was pretty small.

I do know that here in London, if you adopt a pet from the pound, you get a voucher to have all first shots, including rabies, deworming and a spay or neuter done for free. Four years ago when we got our puppy (who is the dearest thing on earth, by the way) it was $100 to adopt him. When I later added up the cost of all those things at the vet, had we had to pay for them separately, it would have been well over $100, so in actuality, we got our beloved puppy for free and then some. It's a little less for cats, I think it's around $65, but well worth it.

There are far too many strays and abandoned pets roaming around, it's heartbreaking, so please consider this option. It's Dr Boland at the London Veterinary Clinic on Hwy 25 that has this service, and it is indeed a very selfless thing to do, he's losing money on it, I'm quite certain.

Nothing sadder than a dog's eyes, gazing up and wondering who will take him home and let him become part of a family.
thanks

Liberty, KY

#9 Jul 20, 2010
TY Stryker for the info.
I know what you mean and it makes me sad to see homeless pets in the streets. I have taken some to the shelter in the past because I felt that was better than watching them suffer in the streets. I have two kittens I just rescued this week.Someone threw them out in the neighborhood and for some reason I just couldnt turn them away. Since they will be strictly indoors I can wait to have them fixed for a bit but it will still need done before much longer.Probably about 8 weeks old now.
Its an added expense to feed and care for them and so many people dont take that into consideration when they get an animal.Getting them fixed is the hardest upfront cost.They can eat left over food if needed.Not the best but better than being a poor stray.
To the poster asking if there is a need in this area.YES YES YES there is and I would love to see someone start a program like that.
meow

Sikeston, MO

#10 Jul 21, 2010
I so agree, we have ended up with 6 cats and 4 dogs all strays left near our house. I guess the next step for me is to seek an attorney. If anyone knows of one that is an animal lover and would advise me for a reduced or no fee, please post? Is anyone willing to help get this thing started?
hmmm

London, KY

#11 Jul 21, 2010
I know im completely off the subject here, but im having a really hard time finding a place that will train dogs. Is there such a place here in London or it my last resort petsmart in Lexington? Thanks for any info and again sorry know im in the wrong thread asking and im off subject.
meme

Sikeston, MO

#12 Jul 21, 2010
I think there is a place on 363. and one on American Greeting Card Road. I don't know the names or anything about them.
hmmm

London, KY

#13 Jul 21, 2010
That's deff a start, I knew about the 363 one but someone was telling me they only train police dogs and such. Guess I will drive out there today and see what they say. The one on American Greeting Card Road what is it close to? Again thanks for the help.
squatting dog

Moline, IL

#14 Jul 21, 2010
oooops wrong thread I thought yall was talking about skanky inbred hillbillies 4 a min.
meme

Sikeston, MO

#16 Jul 21, 2010
I think itís across from some brick apartments. I canít remember. It is on the Corbin end. If youíre going from Corbin itís on the right. Itís a white block building.

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