TUCSON (KGUN9-TV) – The Pima Animal Care is reaching out to surrounding towns hoping they will add a program to offer a low-cost spay and neuter option.
Kim Janes with PACC said the county is designating money from the Animal Licensing Program to the Pet Fix Program. He explained that several veterinarians are a part of the program offering a ten dollar spay and neuter option.
He said some donations from people in the community also go to the program and it is proving to be very successful, so they are reaching out to animal shelter officials from surrounding towns and cities.
“The county has taken the initiative on this one and would appreciate the cities and towns to favorably consider a similar program,” said Janes.
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