Planned Pethood saves Lynmore Estates residents money

MACON, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) – As of July, every cat or dog 6 months or older must be spayed or neutered in Macon-Bibb County.

Macon Area Habitat for Humanity brought in a mobile vet to take care of family dogs in Lynmore Estates for free. 

The organization received a 5-thousand dollar animal welfare grant for the event.

Since the demand was so big, they couldn’t help everyone who signed up. However, they plan to bring the mobile clinic back so more people can take advantage of the free service. 

Habitat for Humanity Officials said the people who brought their dogs to the free clinic saved up to 100-dollars. They also plan to spay and neuter stray animals once they finish with family pets. 

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