Our dog community needs your help. Life in a shelter is not easy and is stressful for many. To give dogs that new lease on life, they need to be “ready to adopt.” This means being spayed or neutered, current on required and essential vaccinations, and heartworm tested.
When people see a dog they are interested in adopting, they want and deserve the process to be easy. Too many dogs get passed over when a potential adopter sees that it has not been spayed or neutered. This delays the process and takes away some of the joy of the moment.