Spay & Neuter Programs
Fix Georgia Pets works across Georgia by funding targeted spay/neuter programs in communities across the state. We partner with clinics, shelters, and rescues to develop programs that will stop pet overpopulation and help end senseless euthanasia in their community.
Why you should spay/neuter your pet?
Spaying at an early age prevents diseases of the ovaries and infections of the uterus, which are a major cause of illness in unspayed pets. Neutered dogs have fewer prostate problems and no testicular cancer.
Prevent unwanted behavior
Spay/Neuter surgeries help prevent aggressive behavior towards other animals, roaming in search of mates and urine marking in dogs and spraying in cats.
End pet overpopulation
Spay/Neuter surgery helps reduce the number of stray and unwanted animals. Through spay/neuter Fix Georgia Pets plays a major role in decreasing the number of cats and dogs in Georgia’s shelters. You can help us reach our goal of ending pet overpopulation and stopping senseless euthanasia by spaying/neutering your pet.