The High Forest Humane Society receives grant

The High Forest Humane Society (HFHS) is pleased to announce they have received a grant for Lewis County dog owners to provide low cost spay and neuter for dogs. The grant has been awarded by the DJT Foundation.

The spay or neuter will be performed by our local Hohenwald veterinarians at a cost to the owner of $15 for male dogs and $20 for female dogs. 

According to Lanette Williams, HFHS President, “While this particular grant is for dogs only, we are aware of the cat population problem and continue to seek grants for cat spay/neuter.  In the meantime, this dog spay/neuter program is a big step forward for the community to help manage the dog population and to provide the health benefits to pets that spay/neuter provides.”

The DJ&T FOUNDATION Online Center ia a non-profit foundation devoted to the support of low cost spay/neuter clinics andvoucher programs  throughout the 50 United States and the District of Columbia.

To obtain the voucher needed for the discount spay/neuter, call Pat at 615-838-6783.

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