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In-house / community spay and neuter programs


 Programmes Spay et neutre

 

 

These organizations provide low-cost spay and neuter services, both in-house and assisting pet owners in their communities. Please contact the group for details.

Did you know...

...75 per cent of owned pets in America are neutered? (Source: American Veterinary Medical Association)

...the cost of the spay/neuter operation is less expensive than raising a litter of puppies or kittens for one year?

...altered animals generally live longer, healthier lives?
 

 


 — Fredericton SPCA SNIP     (506) 459-1555

165 Hilton Road, Fredericton, NB

Web site: http://www.frederictonspca.ca/

Email: fspca2@nb.aibn.com


 

-- Oromocto and Area SPCA      (506) 446-4107

200 Restigouche Rd., Oromocto, NB E2V 2G4

orphans@oromoctospca.ca

Web site: www.oromoctospca.ca

(Pet owners can apply for discount on spay/neutering operation)


  — Charlotte County SPCA     (506) 465-7657

PO Box 334, 112 Prince William St, St. Stephen, NB  E3L 2X2

Web site: http://www.petfinder.com/shelters/NB01.html


 

 — Ca-r-ma

Web site: www.ca-r-ma.org

Caring for feral cats in the Fredericton, Moncton, Saint John and St. Stephen areas


 

-- The Kindness Club SNAP program    (506) 459-3379

65 Brunswick St, Fredericton, NB  E3B 1G5 

Web site: www.kindnessclub.nb.ca

(Pet owners can apply for discount on spay/neutering operation)


 


 


 

HORSES

Foals are beautiful, and one of the most adorable parts of working with horses. We encourage you to consider the expense and amount of work that goes with raising a foal before you decide to add a foal to your stables. Besides the number of wonderful horses already looking for a home, you will be making a substantial investment in a baby.

It costs an average $3,500 to care for a mature horse annually, and you can expect to invest $5,000 in a foal in his first year. That does not include the stud fee, appropriate facilities, or any training or injury along the way. So please consider making one of the many horses available part of your stable instead.