Renovations are nearly completed for the Gloucester-Mathews Humane Society’s Fixin’ to Save Spay & Neuter Clinic, which is located in the White Marsh Shopping Center.
Pending a final inspection by the State Board of Veterinary Medicine, the clinic team will resume providing low- and no-cost spay/neuter surgeries.
Shelter and owned pets as well as feral cats will benefit from the changes to the existing clinic space, which include an expanded surgical suite and space to provide dental care for shelter pets. By essentially doubling capacity, GMHS will be able to treat more pets in the community in need of spay/neuter services and help reduce the overpopulation of animals in the area, a release stated.
For more information about the clinic, visit fixintosave.org or the Fixin’ to Save Spay & Neuter Clinic Facebook page and be on the lookout for an update about a virtual ribbon cutting for the clinic.
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