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avatarPallas Diaz -- on Aug. 27 2009

Collier Spay Neuter Clinic provides targeted, high quality, high volume, low cost spay neuter services as a non-lethal solution to the pet overpopulation crisis.

The problem of pet overpopulation is one that reaches every community. Despite the work of devoted animal care workers and volunteers, many healthy animals are euthanized as their numbers outpace adoption rates. More than 5000 animals are killed every year in Collier County at our open admission, taxpayer funded animal shelter, Domestic Animal Services. There is a solution to this crisis and that answer is high quality, high volume, affordable spay and neuter services. In order to decrease the deaths, we must decrease the births. Collier Spay Neuter Clinic opened its doors last week to begin providing quality, low cost spay/neuter services for all residents of SW Florida!

Prices are as follows: $75 Dog Spay $65 Dog Neuter $50 Cat Spay $40 Cat Neuter

For those who can not afford our low cost prices, our Director will work with you to help you get your pet altered at our clinic, no one will be turned away for inability to pay.

Rescues and Shelter Groups will receive additional discounts. CSNC also offers special incentives for spaying/neutering multiple companion animals!

To book an appointment, please call the clinic today at 239-514-7647 or email us at jdaniel@collierspayneuter.org.

Volunteers and donations are needed to help us achieve our goal of ending pet overpopulation in SW Florida! Please visit www.collierspayneuter.org for more information!
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High Quality Low Cost Spay Neuter Clinic Collier Spay Neuter Clinic provides targeted, high quality, high volume, low cost spay neuter services as a non-lethal solution to the pet overpopulation
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