Animal Rescue and Adoptions, Inc. | Atlanta, GA

Our Mission: To reduce the number of animals euthanized at local shelters.

Spay Neuter Resources

Did you know…

  • Euthanasia, due to pet overpopulation, is the #1 killer of our animals? 
  • In 7 years, one female dog and her puppies can produce 67,000 new dogs! 
  • In Metro Atlanta, over 100,000 animals are put to sleep each year…that’s enough animals to fill all seats in Turner field…TWICE!

Spaying/Neutering is a simple SOLUTION to this problem. It not only helps control the animal population, but it can also save your pet’s life! You can have your pet spayed/neutered starting at 6-8 weeks old. There are many low cost options available; see the resources below or email us at info@mostlymutts.org for more information.

 

The threat of uterine and testicular cancers in dogs is real, and spaying/neutering can help reduce the risk. A female dog that has gone into heat twice has a 1 in 4 risk of developing uterine cancer. You can prevent this by getting your pet spayed before its first heat cycle (before 6 months of age).

Spaying/Neutering also:
 

  • Reduces marking/spraying and aggressive behaviors
  • Decreases roaming, this leads to getting hit by cars
  • Saves money by reducing the need for animal control

Please help support Mostly Mutt’s “Stop Littering” campaign by educating everyone you know about the importance of spaying/neutering. There are many people who simply “don’t know” how important it is and how it can benefit their pet and our community. A great source of information on spaying/neutering is PetSmart's People Saving Pets site. Check it out and join the movement!

 


Resources to help you find low cost spay/neuters:

 

The Carroll County Humane Society's West Georgia Spay/Neuter Clinic offers low-cost spay/neuters to dogs and cats and utilizes high-quality techniques, equipment, anesthesia and pain protocol. The clinic is available to everyone and is conveniently located off I-20 in Villa Rica, which is located between Carroll, Douglas, Paulding, and Haralson Counties.

 

The Spay/Neuter Coalition of Georgia has a mission of implementing more spay/neuter via education, marketing and outreach. They also promote the many low cost options already available in Georgia.