Spay and Neuter Services
Every day, 70,000 puppies and kittens are born in the U.S., resulting in a lack of homes for all of these animals. Because of these dramatic birth rates, many loving animals face having their lives cut short in animal shelters due to a lack of space. The pets that don’t make it into the shelter are left to fend for themselves outdoors. The suffering that these animals endure can end by spaying and neutering pets, which helps to reduce pet overpopulation. We can make a difference in these startling numbers by starting in our community.
Pet Pantry Network
Founded in 2009 for Midland County residents, the Pet Pantry Network assists residents in need who are struggling to feed their pets. The Pet Pantry provides supplemental food to feed pets one month at a time. Residents may receive assistance no more than six times per calendar year. Proof of spay/neuter is required.
Donations of dry dog and cat kibble or monetary donations for the Pet Pantry are accepted. The Pet Pantry is open by appointment or on Thursday afternoons, 1:30-2:30 p.m.