Spaying or neutering your pet is one of the best ways to prevent unwanted animals from ending up at an animal shelter. It is a simple way to help keep millions of animals from being put to death annually merely because they are homeless.
Our mission is to end the suffering of innocent dogs and cats by reducing the number of unwanted births.
Our goal is to make spay and neuter services affordable to those who might not otherwise spay or neuter their pets. By working together with the community, we hope to popularize and facilitate spay and neuter services and end pet overpopulation throughout the county.
Grand County Pet Pals is proud to announce we have been awarded a $900 grant from BISSELL Pet Foundation to be used to provide spay/neuter vouchers to our community. With a mission to find every pet a home, BISSELL Pet Foundation focuses their efforts on adoption, spay/neuter, microchipping, and emergency support. We hope to address overcrowding in shelters and rescues by preventing unwanted litters of cats and dogs in Grand County. These funds will be used to provide spay/neuter vouchers to local dog and cat owners in need. We will host a special spay/neuter voucher event at the Grand County Animal Shelter on July 19th from 10:30am – 12:00pm. We will have $100 off vouchers for cats and $150 off vouchers for dogs and have 25 available of each. First come, first serve! Anyone interested in picking up a spay/neuter voucher can stop into the Grand County Animal Shelter at 3475 CR-57 in Granby on July 19. We will be allowing one customer in the shelter at a time to get the voucher and mask wearing will be required! One voucher per household, please. If you have a cat and a dog you can get one voucher for each.