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Brockton pitbull owners can spay or neuter their dog for $50

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100 Brockton and Bridgewater-area residents can get their pitbulls spayed/neutered and vaccinated for a remarkably low $50 fee, thanks to a partnership between Shelter Me Inc, a nonprofit animal rescue organization and Animal Rescue League (ARL) of Boston which regularly operates their Spay Waggin’ in the parking lot of the Animal Protection Center of Southeastern Massachusetts, 1300 West Elm Extension, Brockton. All any resident needs to do to pre-register for this program is to call Shelter Me Inc at 617-549-8523.

The goal of the program is to reduce the number of pitbulls being surrendered to shelters by removing the cost barrier that might ordinarily stop pet owners from getting their pitbulls fixed. While ARL of Boston’s Spay Waggin’ typically charges a very reasonable fee of $150 to spay/neuter dogs, Shelter Me Inc has committed to spend up to $10,000 to reduce that fee by $100 per animal, exclusively for owners of pitbulls living in the Brockton/Bridgewater/Abingdon/Easton areas.




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