Earlier this summer I had talked about the Humane Society being full and in need of fosters and people to adopt. The Humane Society of Clarksville and Montgomery County are trying to prevent this over population by stopping it before it starts! Thanks to a grant provided by Petsmart Charities, the Humane Society will be opening a Low Cost Spay/Neuter facility on August 1, 2017. Even though this is a low cost clinic, be assured that all procedures will be handled by professionals as well as their new state of the art equipment. This equipment was purchased through the Petsmart Charities grant. The Humane Society of Clarksville also has welcomed Dr. Amanda Gerboth (who has her Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine) to the team. She will be handling the operations performed in the new low cost clinic.
It is also thanks to the support of Singletary Construction that the Humane Society has been able to expand! With this new facility the Humane society will be able to spay/neuter about 6,000 animals a year! This in turn should reduce animal over population and the amount of animals having to go into shelters and rescues. The new clinic is already scheduling appointments for when they open! The prices for the procedures are as follows: