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Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Free spay/neuter in San Antonio!

The City of San Antonio is taking another big step towards controlling the pet population.

Tuesday, the city announced a new partnership with "SPAY SA."

Once a month, the city will sponsor a free spay and neuter clinic. Spay SA says it will enable them to do an additional 1000 surgeries each month. That will help bring San Antonio closer to being a "no kill" community, and it will also help save the city money.

"In the long run, if we can reduce the number of stray animals, we can reduce the number of Animal Care Services, 10 years down the line," explained Kathleen McGowan of Spay SA. "So, our budget can reduce. Therefore, have a big impact on the city."

The city estimates it costs $3.00 per taxpayer to put down an animal. To sterilize the animal, it only costs 40-cents.

For more on getting your animal spayed or neutered, CLICK HERE.

**If you read this after the date listed, contact the organization/clinic.  Often times, they offer these services on a regular basis.  If not, these clinics may offer the low cost clinics once a month.  You can use the same contact information listed above.**

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