June 23, 2014 – While we believe all dogs should be spayed or neutered, it is certainly a step in the right direction for those dogs that are most subject to abuse and neglect, and so often ending up in shelters, to receive such protection. Kansas City’s ordinance has reduced
January 11, 2013 – Animal lovers in Missouri not only are making a statement, they are making a difference. An ongoing grant program to enhance spaying and neutering of pets was promoted Tuesday by Missouri Director of Agricultural Jon Hagler during a visit to the Jefferson Cit
September 11, 2012 – The OpSPOT Spay/Neuter Waggin’ will be at the America’s Central Port in Granite City on a monthly basis offering low-cost spay and neuter for pets. Dogs (up to 55 pounds) and cats can be spayed or neutered for $10.00. Appointments are required.