|UCAN provides $15 dog spay/neuter|
UCAN provides $15 Dog spay/neuter surgery, rabies vaccine and free transport to Pendleton County Residents.
decrease the number of homeless dogs, United Coalition for Animals (UCAN) is pleased to provide Pendleton County residents with spay/neuter surgery and a rabies vaccine for $15 per dog and free transportation from 1311 Shelby Street (Subway) in Falmouth to its non-profit, low-cost spay/neuter clinic in Cincinnati's Queensgate area.
The special pricing is courtesy of Northern Kentucky's Friends of the Shelter.
The first transport is January 22, 2013. Please call UCAN at 513-762-0135 to make an appointment on the transport. Check-in is at 7 a.m. on transport days. Dogs will be returned to the same location the following day at Noon. Monthly transports will be provided as long as there is a demand. Future transport dates will be posted on UCAN's website, www.ucancincinnati.org, or residents can call 513-762-0135 for a schedule.
UCAN is located at 1230 West Eighth Street, Cincinnati, OH 45203 just outside downtown Cincinnati.
UCAN is an Ohio non-profit, 501(c)(3) charitable organization formed to end the unnecessary deaths of healthy and treatable cats and dogs in shelters in the Greater Cincinnati area and surrounding counties. Over 70,000 puppies and kittens are born each day in the U.S., over half of which are "oops" (unintended) litters. As a result, every year, millions of cats and dogs end up in shelters and over 4 million of them are euthanized. UCAN was formed to stop this cycle. Spay/neuter is the simple solution - sterilizing cats and dogs means fewer unwanted animals being born and therefore few animals being surrendered to shelters and euthanized. UCAN offers free transports to its clinic from several locations in Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana, including from Batavia, Hamilton, Hillsboro and Middletown in Ohio; Burlington and Williamstown in Kentucky; and Batesville and Richmond in Indiana. For more information, visit www.ucancincinnati.org, or call (513) 721-7387.