regional mobile spay/neuter clinic, is working in cooperation with Rescue
Village to reduce overpopulation by making spay/neuter surgeries affordable and
accessible to low-income populations, feral cat caregivers, shelters, and
rescues in Geauga County.
Rescue Village is committed to this spay/neuter program and
hopes to offer this service to our community as frequently as possible,
therefore, we maintain a waiting list of qualified participants. You DO NOThave to live in Geauga County to use this clinic!
When: April 30, 2014
Where: Geauga Humane Society’s Rescue Village
15463 Chillicothe Rd. Russell Township, OH 44072
Cost: Fees vary by animal’s gender and weight. Range is $35-$80
To qualify, you must show
proof of government assistance or low-income. You will be asked to show a
Medicaid Card or a copy of your W-2 Tax form. If you have a cat or dog
(under 80 pounds) and are in need of spay/neuter services, please fill out the application below.
Please contact Erin for more information at 440.338.4819
ext. 14 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Trap, Neuter, Release
Rescue Village offers a Trap, Neuter, Release program as a humane way to confront the problem of community cat overpopulation. If you would like to participate or know of an area of community cats, we can help! Call 440.338.4819 ext. 14 or email email@example.com for more information.
Fill out an application here
Frequently Asked Questions
to spay and neuter your pets
When you spay or neuter your pet, you
become an important part of the solution to animal overpopulation
and homelessness. Spaying or neutering your pet provides
many other benefits as well:
- Your pet will be more content and
less likely to roam, bite, scratch, fight, or mark territory
- Your pet, male or female, will be
healthier and live longer. When your pet is "fixed" there
is less chance it will develop uterine, mammary, or testicular
If I neuter
my male dog will he become "less manly?"
No. Male dogs may become calmer and may stop humping. But
he will still be the "guy" he used to be.
pets become fat and lazy if I have them "fixed?"
No. Animals become overweight because of lack of exercise
and improper diet. Make sure your animal stays active and
do not overfeed your pet.
If my pets
can't have babies will my children miss seeing the "miracle
No. There are wonderful books and DVDs which show the birth
of baby animals. By spaying and neutering your pets you can
teach your children the joy of companion animals living in
loving homes. You might also consider becoming a foster home
for kittens or puppies needing temporary homes while awaiting
adoption from Rescue Village.