Lola (pup) Says "Be Part Of The Solution: Spay & Neuter!"

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"Lola (our own rescue pup) helped us teach the best solution to preventing the pet overpopulation problem - Spay & Neuter! We were part of a rescue dog adoption event at Williams Harley Davidson in NJ this past Saturday, working to help all the rescue groups by focusing on the other end of the problem (so to speak ;-o). We give presentations to educate and encourage prevention. Custom Ink was an absolute pleasure to work with - helped me tweak the logo design to meet our need to keep costs as low as possible. They produced our order in time for this event, which was the launch of our Spay/Neuter education campaign." - - Harness Life (Dec 13, 2010)

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comment by Guest - Dec 15, 2010 - back to the top

Great t-shidt. Cute pup!

comment by Guest - Dec 16, 2010 - back to the top

cute the shirt too!!

comment by Guest - Apr 28, 2012 - back to the top

WyrDachsieI suggest you cotacnt the ASPCA and 92nd & 2nd Ave in NYC, they often have low-cost spay/neuter. Also, there is a rescue group called Muffins, located in Brooklyn, where you can send away for a coupon for low-cost spay/neuter done with a participating veterinarian in Brooklyn (or in your area of Brooklyn)I wouldn't hesitate to use the "A" or the low cost service with the coupon.edit: I know that $400 sounds high to you all, you have to remember, we're talking about NYC and the surrounding boroughs (counties). Services are much more expensive in the NY/NJ/CT area than they are in other parts of the U.S. $400 would be for the female, spays is a much more involved surgery (its a hysterectomy), plus the female has to stay overnight, whereas the male can go home the same day of being neutered.