Belize Humane Society introduces Subsidised Spay and Neuter Program Print E-mail
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Thursday, 10 May 2012 00:00

In an effort to limit the impact of unwanted breeding of the population of dogs and cats in the streets of the Old Capital, the Belize Humane Society and Animal Shelter (BHSAS) has introduced a subsidized spay and neuter program in Belize City.

Under the program, BHSAS will pay 1/3 of the cost of spaying and neutering anyone’s dogs and cats at the Animal Medical Center (AMC) located off Victoria Street near Freetown Road. The animal’s owner would only be liable for the remainder of the normal costs of these operations at this leading veterinary practice.

While the program has been initially implemented with the AMC, BHSAS intends to expand the scheme to include other vets in Belize City in the near future.
The public should call AMC on 223-3781 to make the appointments, or for answers to any other questions about this program.
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