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Southern Pines Receives Grant For Free Spaying, Neutering

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HATTIESBURG, Miss. - If you have any pets that need to be spayed or neutered, there could be a chance for you to get it done for free by Southern Pines.

It's for residents that live in Central Hattiesburg only.

They say they received a two-year grant for $200,00 from Pet Smart Charities.

They can also use the money for rabies shots as well.

Clinic officials say they will do them for free until the grant money runs out.

You have to schedule an appointment if you would like for your pets to receive any of the treatments.

They say the best times to get your pet spayed or neutered is when they are still young.

"It's best to have your pets spayed or neutered when they are four or five months old and that will prevent any unwanted litter that might wind up at our shelter,"Amanda Smith said, the clinic manager.

Anyone who has a question about if their pet qualifies or not can call the clinic for details. You must provide proof of residency as well.

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