Put a STOP to unwanted pet overpopulation in the Grand Lake community by having your dog or cat spayed or neutered.  Did you know that some 70,000 puppies and kittens are born every day in the U.S., and only one animal in ten gets a good home that lasts a lifetime?  There are more unwanted and abandoned pets entering the local Humane Society and city shelter than there are people in our community willing to provide them with loving care.  The widespread failure to spay or neuter your pet results in homelessness, misery, cruelty, and death for these unwanted animals.  Spay/neuter is the only permanent, 100-percent effective method of birth control for dogs and cats.  

The Humane Society of Grove and Grand Lake will sponsor a Low Cost Spay and Neuter Clinic for dogs and cats in the Grand Lake area on Saturday, March 29, and Sunday, March 30.  The clinic will be held at the Humane Society shelter located on Hwy. 10, two miles East of downtown Grove.

Animals must be registered at the shelter prior to these dates as space is limited.   Cost of the procedure is income based.  Payment is due at the time of registration, so please provide proof of income.  Help our community and help yourself — STOP the animal overpopulation crisis by spaying or neutering your pet either through the Humane Society’s clinic or by contacting a Grand Lake community veterinarian today.  

For more information about the clinic, contact the Humane Society at 918-786-7630 during office hours which are: Tuesday and Thursday 12 – 6; Wednesday and Friday 12 – 5; Saturday 10 – 3; closed on Sunday and Monday.   

Come visit the shelter during office hours to adopt the many dogs/puppies and cats/kittens waiting for a loving home.  All of the animals adopted  from the Humane Society shelter are spayed or neutered prior to leaving the shelter.