ACT Clinic Celebrates 10,000th Surgery

May 6, 2008 at 11:30 am Leave a comment

The Animal Coalition of Tampa (ACT) Spay/Neuter Clinic performed its 10,000th spay/neuter surgery on May 6. The honored recipient was Zulu, a Catahoula leopard dog. Zulu received a free surgery, year’s supply of food from Science Diet and a gift basket from Groovy Cats and Dogs.

Zulu’s dad, Troy McCue, was thrilled to receive this honor. McCue said Zulu went through one heat cycle, and he decided he would never go through that again. He wanted to be able to take her to the dog park without her getting pregnant. “I didn’t think I could afford the surgery until a friend told me about the ACT clinic’s low prices and how much they care,” said McCue. He will also purchase a heartworm test, vaccinations, take home flea and heartworm preventative and pain medicine at ACT’s regular low prices.

The ACT Clinic opened its doors in March 2006, and has been performing high quality, low cost surgeries for the community ever since. “Spay/neuter is one of the best things you can do for your pet, and we make the surgery affordable and accessible to everyone who needs it,” says Linda Hamilton, ACT’s Executive Director.

Click here to view the news piece about this on Tampa Bay’s Channel 10.



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