Spay/Neuter clinics benefit a wide area: example, Foothills clinic in Catawba County, NC

While limiting intake, increasing adoptions, or Shelter-Neuter-Return can improve a shelter’s Live Release Rate, they can result in putting the burden of killing on neighboring shelters. Opening a s/n clinic, however, benefits the neighbors as well, as happened when the Foothills s/n clinic opened in North Carolina in 2007.

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Intake and euthanasiimage004 - Copyimage003a dropped, or at lease held steady, all around.

 

 

 

 

 

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