Saluda County Spay and Neuter Program
Saluda County, in partnership with Pawmetto Lifeline, is excited to now provide a low-cost spay-neuter program for Saluda County residents. The County seeks to reduce the unwanted pet population that leads to animal control issues for the community.
Pawmetto Lifeline is a non-profit organization in the midlands that offers spay and neuter, vaccination, and adoption services. Saluda County’s participation will be part of a regional effort by the organization to raise awareness and provide solutions to animal overpopulation.
Pawmetto Lifeline will provide pickup on a designated day once a month and transport dogs and cats for spay and neuter services. Resident cost will be $20 per cat and $30 per dog. All animals will be required to have a rabies vaccination at an additional cost of $6, or the owner is to provide proof of vaccination before pickup. Your animal will be returned the next morning. Additional vaccinations and services can be provided at the owner’s expense.
For additional information and signup, contact:
Heather Griffin, H.Griffin@SaludaCounty.SC.Gov
Saluda County Administration, 400 W. Highland St., Saluda
Please see the link: bit.ly/SaludaSpayNeuter
Donations can be made through this link with Pawmetto Lifeline to supplement the cost of the program.