ANIMALS CAN'T READ OR WRITE.....BUT THEY SURE CAN MULTIPLY!
1 female cat and her offspring can produce 420,000
cats in 7 years!
1 female dog and her offspring can produce 67,000
dogs in 6 years!
Please spay & neuter your pets so we can prevent more homeless animals.
Call for an appointment today! (479) 981-9617
Part of our mission is to help solve the pet overpopulation problem that
Our low-cost spay/neuter services are available to anyone, but...
results in an abundance of homeless animals and unnecessary euthanasia.
One solution to that problem is to make sure your pets are spayed and neutered. Dr. John Muller, a licensed veterinarian, has a spay/neuter clinic located at the Good Shepherd Humane Society.
We are able to offer the very best rates for your animals' Spay/Neuter
procedures for residents of Carroll County. For our low income families
these rates are even lower.
to qualify for the lowest rate available, an individual must:
*Be a Carroll County Citizen and present a Photo I.D. or Drivers License AND
*Provide proof of income below 125% of the Federal Poverty Level
(acceptable items to document proof if income can be previous years income tax
form, Social Security Statement or Disability Insurance Statement) OR
*Provide proof of receiving government assistance in the form of one of the programs
Social Security Disability VA Disability
WIC Section 8 Housing
Food Stamps ARKids
Medicaid Unemployment Benefits
We have established a maximum income level for different family
sizes which is 125& of the Federal Poverty Guidelines as reflected in the table below:
For family units with more than 8 members, add $4,350 for each additional
| Size of Family Unit
|| Income Eligibility Level
person over 8 family members.
Poverty Level Source: http://liheap.ncat.org/profiles/povertytables/FY2008/popstate.htm
Please contact Spay / Neuter clinic for pricing