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The Animal Shelter Offers Great Programs For Low Income Pet Owners

Did you know that it is against the law in Guilford County to tether your pet?  Did you know that fines can be up to $500?!

I recently spoke with a representative from Unchained Guilford.  They are offering a solution to low-income families, so that they can fence their dogs and keep their pets.  If you are interested, you must complete and application process and make sure that your dog is current on his rabies vaccines.

Does your dog or cat need a rabies vaccine or to be spayed/neutered?  Well, there is a low-cost option for that as well.  The ASPCA offers the SPOT program.  SPOT services include spay/neuter of the pets of qualified persons.  According to their brochure: “In order to qualify, you must own the cat or dog to be serviced.  Your annual household income must not exceed $20,000 and/or you are on a public assistance program.”

Additionally, the Haley Graves Foundation and the Guilford County Animal Shelter offer a food pantry for pets. The qualifications mirror the ASPCA SPOT program.  The food pantry is a great way to make sure that your fur-baby is well fed.

And even if you don’t qualify for these programs, the Guilford County Animal Shelter will periodically offer rabies and microchip clinics where you can get a rabies vaccine for $5 and microchip your pet for $15.  You can’t beat that!

We all love our pets and we want to do right by them.  These are some great programs offered through the Guilford County Animal Shelter.  For more info on any of the above, you can contact SPOT@GuilfordCountyAnimalShelter.com

We will also keep the brochures and information in our office as well.

Posted by: Fowler & Fowler, REALTORS on May 18, 2015