GREENVILLE, NC (WNCT) – One local spay and neuter clinic is celebrating its 10 year anniversary and all it’s done for the pet-loving community.
Spay Today is working to get all dogs and cats fixed. The facility is celebrating its big 10 by showing its clinic is helping reduce the number of unwanted pets.
“Too many animals were coming into the animal shelter, and the only way you can control animal over-population, without trying to kill your way out of it because that does not work, is through spay and neuter,” said Maribeth Hobgood, Executive Director of Spay Today.
By working directly with the Pitt County Animal Shelter and other animal services in the East, Maribeth said the number of euthanasia have decreased, and over population of stray cats and dogs have gone down.
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