Spay/neuter is the cornerstone of any long term effort to reduce pet overpopulation. The AAHS maintains ongoing programs created to help control animal over-population in Covington County.
The AAHS low-cost spay/neuter program offers assistance to low income families and those adopting strays through our affiliated programs with local veterinarians.
TO APPLY, DOWNLOAD or PRINT FORM BELOW AND MAIL TO AAHS.
Promoting the importance of spay/neuter procedures is a top priority for the AAHS. Hundreds of adoptable, loving pets are euthanized every year in our local shelter because there simply are not enough homes for all for the animals.
Countless other animals are abandoned to suffer, endure the elements, and fend for themselves. It’s a very sad situation that can only be improved by responsible pet owners who have their pets spayed and neutered.
It is now the law in Alabama that all shelter animals must be spayed or neutered before their adoption is complete.