Call me crazy, but I've been at it again. Yup, I volunteered at another spay/neuter clinic....this time for dogs. But you will note from the photos that I'm not the only one that is willing to give up an entire day to someone else's project, risk coming home tired to the bone, and smelling of the pee, poo, and vomit that of course hit your shorts, socks, and shoes. But ya know, we all keep coming back time after time. We're all a touch crazy, no?
If you've noticed, it's a local church that is hosting the clinic. This church gets a good star!
This puppy needs a home. Now that it's neutered, it has a better chance of finding one that will be a lifetime home. Did you know that neutered dogs tend to keep their home forever while non-neutered dogs have far lower odds of keeping their home for their lifetime? True! Neutering makes a positive difference.
These little pups are all snoozing, awaiting their turn. The surgery at this age is quick with minimal pain. They will be awake and active before long.
Surprise!!! We also neutered five guinea pigs. That was a first for me. They all came through fine. Pretty neat.