Save Alabama's Clinics
  • Petitioned Alabama State Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners (ASBVME)

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Alabama State Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners
Alabama State Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners (ASBVME)
Alabama House of Representatives
Alabama House of Representatives
Governor of Alabama
Governor Robert Bentley

Save Alabama's Clinics

    1. B Dezenberg
    2. Petition by

      B Dezenberg

      Huntsville, AL

The North Alabama Spay/Neuter Clinic has "fixed" over 2,000 animals since its re-opening in January 2012. We are dedicated to reducing the number of unwanted animals who would otherwise be euthanized. Our services are vital to those who cannot afford to have their pets spayed/neutered by private veterinarians. If we are forced to close, the animals in our community will suffer the most.

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    • LISA LEE HUNTSVILLE, UNITED KINGDOM
      • almost 2 years ago

      when I rescue an animal it is very expensive to get their shots and spay/neutered done before finding them a home.

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    • Gina Avellani MEDFORD, MA
      • almost 2 years ago

      This isn't just a small problem it's a world wide problem!!!!! We need to help and take care of those who can't take care of themselves!!!!!! Cats can't talk but let's pretend they can do you really want to have that many children running around watching them get sick hit by cars abused and die??!?? Come on people you have a brain in your head try using it!!!!!

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    • Brenda Douglas HUNTSVILLE, AL
      • almost 2 years ago

      this place is need to help control the pet pop

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    • Elizabeth Nitti NEWNAN, GA
      • almost 2 years ago

      Low cost Spay/Neuter Clinics offer the best current solution to the pet overpopulation problem. By providing a low cost alternative to the more expensive neutering procedures at a traditional vet, more people become willing and able to spay/neuter their pets. This, of course, decreases the immediate pet population. Furthermore, accessibility to this type of care encourages more people to adopt from shelters and provide loving, caring homes for these helpless animals. I volunteer at a clinic in GA and, in addition to the Spay/Neutering procedures, they offer monthly low cost shot clinics. This, too, allows a greater range of people to further care for their family pet in a responsible manner. These clinics provide a valuable service which promotes and educates the general public in good pet ownership. Please do not do away with this valuable public service.

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    • Pamela Kriscunas PORTLAND, OR
      • almost 2 years ago

      In Oregon we have many non profit spay/neuter options. It is common sense to stop a problem before it starts and in this case stopping unwanted litters makes more sense and is more cost effective than ending lives through euthanasia.

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