Several litters of Lab mix puppies.

Litter of Chow/Shepherd mix puppies.

Spayed female, gold Cairn Terrier/Poodle mix.

Neutered male, Pekingese/Rat Terrier mix.

Neutered male, black Lab/Terrier mix.

Spayed female, brindle Boston Terrier/Heeler mix.

Neutered male, red dapple, 5 month old Dachshund mix.

Neutered male, brindle, colored Bull Terrier.

Neutered male, house trained, large American Bulldog.

Neutered male, house trained, blonde Cocker Spaniel/Golden Retriever mix.

Neutered male, extra-large Alaskan Malamute/Great Pyrenees mix.

Male Border Collie.

Cats :

Seven month old, neutered male, cream and white short hair.

See pictures of some of our pet on the Web at

This is the final countdown to SpayDay 2007 which is officially on Tuesday. If you need to have your pet spayed or neutered, it may not be too late to have this procedure done at a discount, but you better call your veterinarian on Monday. Some veterinarians in town have already held their SpayDay event, so you may have to shop around.

It is never too late to have a cat or a dog spayed or neutered, even if it is not SpayDay. If you think you can not afford to have your dog or cat spayed or neutered, an organization called the Companion Animal Assistance Program can assist with the cost of the surgery. The Stillwater Animal Shelter has CAAP applications.

No one can afford not to have their dog or cat spayed or neutered. Unwanted offspring live short, treacherous lives, often ending up abandoned, starving or impounded.

The owner’s cost of caring for unwanted offspring is much more than having the parents altered. And the cost to municipalities to care for or euthanize the unwanted animals can be as much as $100 per animal or more.

The euthanasia of shelter pets is entirely preventable and is on the shoulders of all pet owners.

The health benefits of a spayed or neutered dog or cat out weigh the cost of the procedure.

The pet lives longer, has less behavioral problems which include house training issues and aggression and is less likely to be given away.

Thanks to you if your own loved pets are already spayed or neutered.

You can still help others by either helping a friend or neighbor have their pet spayed or neutered, or you could donate even a small amount to an organization that spays and neuters pets such as CAAP or the Humane Society of Stillwater who still needs funds to complete their new spay/neuter suite at the shelter.

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