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Spay/Neuter Incentive Program kicks off in T'ville


Low income pet owners in Thomas and Grady Counties can now receive substantial financial assistance for an important pet procedure.

The Thomas County Humane Society's new Spay-Neuter Incentive Program, or SNIP, provides spays and neuters at reduced rates.

SNIP will be a year-round program, replacing one that lasted only 6-weeks each year.

"Through this program, for those who qualify, they can get a cat spay or neutered for $50 and a dog spay or neutered for $70. Regardless of size. So if you have a large breed female dog, it is a really super deal," said Shelter Executive Director Ed Williams.

To qualify, you must receive some form of government assistance or make less than $25,000 a year in a one-adult household or $40,000 for two adults.

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