Birdsboro, Pa. – The Berks County Animal Rescue League is offering discounted spaying and neutering surgeries for dog and cat owners thanks to a grant from Tina Saracino’s State Farm agency in Birdsboro, Pa. .
âSterilizing and neutering your pet is an important part of its health. Sterilization can prevent many life-threatening diseases, such as pyometra (a serious infection of the uterus), and if done at a young age, it can also prevent serious breast cancer later in life. Sterilization can prevent or reduce many harmful or dangerous behaviors, such as assault and homelessness, which puts them at an increased risk of being hit by a car, âsaid Dr. Jason Banning, medical director of the ARL.
The promotion is available for a limited number of appointments and includes the rabies vaccine, microchip, and pain relievers. Appointments are now accepted.
Owners can make an appointment by writing to [emailÂ protected] or call 610-373-8830 ext 640
ABOUT THE BERKS COUNTY ANIMAL RESCUE LEAGUE
The Berks County Animal Rescue League is a 501v3 charitable organization that cares for nearly 5,000 animals each year to help them find a second chance in a new home or to help them find their grateful owners. For more than 65 years, ARL has worked tirelessly to treat the sick, treat the injured, comfort the unwanted and protect the mistreated. Whether it’s helping those in need keep their pets through abandonment prevention programs, offering low-cost veterinary services and clinics, as well as awareness and education events. education throughout the county, our work extends far beyond the shelter walls.