The Monmouth County SPCA has happily partnered with The Little Silver Animal Hospital Foundation for the Animals on a new project called the “Pit Stop Program.” By way of a gracious donor, the program aims to ease the problematic breeding of pitbull and pitbull mixes, starting in the town of Long Branch. The dogs will receive their surgery at the Monmouth County SPCA’s Vogel Veterinary Care Center, a full-service veterinary center inside of the Eatontown shelter.
To be considered eligible for the program, dog owners must prove residency and provide a recent photo of their dog. Pitbull and pitbull mixes between the ages of 10 weeks and 8 years may participate in the program and will receive (if applicable) spay or neuter, rabies vaccination, e-collar, microchip implantation and registration, flea and tick preventative and post-op medications. To learn more about the program, Long Branch residents are encouraged to email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 732.542.3125.