Terry Furlong's Spay And Neuter Funds

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It is with the saddest, and heaviest of hearts  of the passing of our dearest friend and Fosterer, Terry Furlong. She has saved so many dogs, hundreds of puppies she took to Precious Friends, all the rescues, all the vetting, helping the community, picking up donations, hundreds of trips to the vet, the list is just too great to go on....all the candles she lit for not only animals needing prayers, but people needing her prayers too. She was a great friend and will be terribly missed. Any Donations to the Terry Furlong Spay And Neuter Funds are welcome and always appreciated!

When Donating to the Terry Furlong Spay and Neuter Fund we do ask for you to add a Note Stating that it is for the Spay and Neuter Fund 

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Spay or Neuter

Sterilization of dogs, cats, ferrets, pet rabbits, and potbellied pigs is required by 4 months of age ​unless the owner has a current exemption.


These exemptions are:

  • The owner obtains a Breeder/Show Permit for dogs or cats.

  • A licensed veterinarian provides a letter attesting that the animal cannot be
    sterilized either permanently or for a specified period of time.

  • Animals that are being used by a law enforcement agency.

 

 

Need Assistance?

 

Different promotions are available depending on Medicaid eligibility, and breed of pet, as well as specials that come up during the year.  Call our hotline at (866) 304-3352 for assistance.

Spayed and neutered pets are healthier and happier.

 

Below are listed some of the benefits:

  • Spayed/neutered animals tend to live longer.

  • Spayed females do not suffer from uterine or ovarian cancer.

  • Neutering males drastically reduces chances of prostate difficulties.

  • Neutered pets are more loving and better tempered.

  • Neutered cats are less likely to mark or spray their territory.

  • Spayed females do not experience messy heat cycles.

  • Neutered pets are less likely to bite.

  • Neutered males are less likely to run away or fight.