Pit Bull Spay & Neuter Mobile

by Villalobos Rescue Center
Vetted
Oct 11, 2011

Kern County Pit Bull Project Update

We continue to share a dream that everyone who wants to have their pets spayed or neutered can get the surgery, regardless if they can afford it or not.

But, for this project, we continue to chase the dream of having our own spay and neuter mobile unit on wheels to be able to spay and neuter the California pit bulls and pit bull mixes whose owners want to have the surgery.

We have done about 170 surgeries so far since we started our program. Our program is free to anyone who lives in Kern County and has a healthy pit bull or pit bull mix.

Thank you for supporting our program and helping us keep the program running.

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Organization Information

Villalobos Rescue Center

Location: New Orleans, LA - USA
Website: http:/​/​www.vrcpitbull.com
Project Leader:
Jamie Miller
Canyon Country, California United States

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