Each year, over 3,200 animals come to Dorchester Paws. Before these dogs and cats move to the adoption floor, each is spayed/neutered.
But Dorchester Paws doesn’t have a spay/neuter clinic.
We partner with other shelters to spay/neuter our animals to ensure they don’t continue to contribute to the pet overpopulation crisis. Pet overpopulation is a serious issue, which is not abating. It’s why there are days when 50+ animals come through our doors at once. The shelter cannot house all of these animals.
Our goal is to open this spay/neuter clinic by September 2018, to help our shelter animals and serve as a low-cost resource for our community. Through Petco Foundation grant funding, we’re part of the way there, but we need YOU to make this clinic a reality.
Become a fundraiser for the spay/neuter clinic at Dorchester Paws. Make a difference – give today.