The mission of No More Homeless Pets in Utah is to end the euthanasia of homeless dogs and cats statewide and to promote humane alternatives for feral cats. One of the ways we achieve our mission is through spay and neuter surgeries.
You may ask how something like spaying and neutering your pet will help the homeless pet problem. Why should I get my pet fixed? The sad truth is that millions of dogs and cats are euthanized in the United States every year due to pet overpopulation. In Utah alone, over 30,000 homeless, unwanted animals are put to death each year. The best way to avoid the problem of unwanted pets, and one of the kindest things you can do for animals, is to make sure that your cat or dog is spayed or neutered. Spaying and neutering saves lives.
And we won’t stop until the entire state of Utah is fixed!
In January of 2012, we are focusing on Salt Lake County. The Big Fix will be visiting Kearns, West Valley City, and Taylorsville throughout the entire month. We are making it easy for residents of these cities to fix their pets!
Big Fix Schedule:
Jan 3 & 4: Kearns – Oquirrh Park Fitness Center (5624 S 4800 W)
Jan 9 & 10: West Valley City Animal Services (4522 W 3500 S)
Jan 16-18: Taylorsville/Kearns – RC Willey (3915 W 4700 S) (Free gift in the store!)
Jan 23-25: West Valley City – Redwood Recreation Center (3100 S Redwood Road)
Call today to make an appointment! 1-866-PETS-FIX or 801-432-2124 x10.
Now is the time to get your pets fixed; you won’t find better prices anywhere else!