The Hood County Animal Lovers Organization (HALO) helped find homes for 130 displaced companion animals through its Second Chance for Love foster/adoption program during the 2012 calendar year, organizers of the local volunteer group said.
“That number does not include the substantial amount of displaced companions we were able to rescue and transport to another rescue facility to live a safe and healthy life in caring hands,” said one of HALO’s organizers, Pami Fine. “Additionally, low-cost spay/neuter programs continue to be active in Hood County, and we are proud to say each clinic has been filled to capacity.”
To ask about how to qualify for a free spay/neuter clinic, call 316-530-2242. A monthly vaccination clinic is held at a vaccination station at Arrow Feed (817-573-8808), which is at 2031 Highway 377 East in Granbury.
The Texas Coalition for Animal Protection (TCAP) offers low-cost transport spay/neuter clinic that also offers vaccinations and pet microchips. For more information on the TCAP, go online (www.texasforthem.org) or call 866-310-7387.
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