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SPCA offers ‘Forty Dollar Fix’ for dogs

By Staff | Jul 11, 2013

WAILUKU – SPCA Maui has extended its “Forty Dollar Fix” for Maui’s big dogs. Now through the end of July, SPCA will fix all dogs over 40 pounds for just $40, with surgeries performed at local licensed veterinarians.

Providing affordable “fixes” for Maui’s cats and dogs since 2009, the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Maui is an all-volunteer nonprofit dedicated to a “no more homeless pets” Maui through accessible spay/neuter services for all.

“This big dog special should have made a significant difference in the number of large breed puppies entering our island shelter,” said SPCA Maui’s Peter Tierney.

“Large breed dogs have the biggest litters and cost as much as $500 to fix. Our Spay Neuter Assistance Program (SNAP) at SPCA Maui is designed to be quick, easy and no hassle, too.”

“Fixing pets before they have a litter is good for everyone,” said SPCA Maui President Sue Liscombe.

Fixed pets live longer, healthier lives, and being proactive keeps unwanted kittens and puppies out of the island’s shelter.

Call 280-0738 or e-mail peter@spcamaui.org for information on SPCA Maui’s “Forty Dollar Fix” or Spay Neuter Assistance Program for cats and dogs.