We need everyone to come out tomorrow to Uncle Sam’s American Bar and Grill and have some fun while supporting Second Chance Dogs. Thank you..
For those who’d like to foster one of the hoarding dogs saved on Wednesday and Thursday, through Second Chance Dogs, please fill out a foster..
A BIG Thank YOU to Carol Benae, who was at Roy City Hall from 5pm to 8:30 pm helping to sign up people to take Foster dogs. She also helped to..
Second Chance Dogs supports and encourages all pets to be spayed / neutered, up-to-date on shots, and microchiped.
If you can’t afford a regular vet, we recommend Pasado’s Safe Haven Spay Station. They offer spaying and neutering services at low cost of free to those who qualify. They provide services first to low-income individuals, as this is their priority. If there is room on-board for those not on public assistance, services are provided at low cost.
All supportive medical care such as flea control, vaccinations, de-worming, ear mite medication, and micro-chipping are cash-only services priced for all income levels. (The Pierce County Spay Station has received a generous grant from the Gary E. Milgard Foundation that allows them to offer many of these services free of charge to qualified families who are on public assistance).
If you are on public assistance you can now receive FREE spay/neuter surgery for your pet!
All services are CASH ONLY at time of drop off.
~The Spay Station does not have credit or debit services and does not accept checks.
* FREE with proof of public assistance program.
The “Spay Station” (mobile spay/neuter truck) is currently located in the Pierce County area only, however you do not have to be a Pierce County resident to use the services.