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Second Chance Animal Rescue
Wednesday, June 12, 2013 • Posted June 12, 2013

Do you have a female dog or cat that has not been spayed? Does your family member, neighbor or coworker have one? If so please apply today or encourage them to apply for the free spay/neuter program going on right now through Second Chance – Mason Animal Rescue.

Why the rush? In just the past two weeks 15 puppies have been dumped at the city pound. These are all sweet, adorable puppies that someone could not or would not care for any longer. Since the puppies ended up at the pound it is a fair assumption that they were the result of an unplanned pregnancy.

But with a free spay program in effect there is really no reason for any dog or cat to have an unwanted litter. But there is no time to procrastinate. Call or email today for a flyer or to sign up for the program. If it is a friend, coworker, or neighbor’s pet that needs to be spayed, a friendly reminder may be all that is needed. Otherwise some gentle nagging may get the job done.

The city pound is currently at capacity. The city’s protocol is to begin euthanizing animals at that point. So please help spread the word. There are a lot of puppies that need new homes.

This week’s pets of the week are Mack, Becky, Abbie, Josie,and Roxie, five littermates that are about three months old. There are four females and one male. They are all sweet and friendly pups with lots of puppy energy.

If you are interested in finding out more about these puppies, please visit our Facebook page, check out our website at www.secondchancemason.com or email us at adoptions@secondchancemason.com. If you know of anyone who might be interested, please pass the word and help us find homes for these puppies.

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