Through an island-wide subsidized project, target those pet owners who would not otherwise spay or neuter their dogs and cats.
To spay or neuter up to 30 animals per week or 1,500 animals per year.
To teach responsible pet ownership through education initiatives tailored to our Bahamian schools and culture.
To promote an extensive public relations campaign in the media.
To provide each spayed or neutered pet with a veterinary exam, treatment for fleas & ticks, vaccination and worming.
To provide each pet owner with the information needed to ensure a long and healthy life for his or her pet.