Animal Regulation - Spay and Neuter

 








Vermilion County Animal Shelter
Paige Brown
, Director
14775 Catlin / Tilton Road
Danville, IL 61834
Phone:  (217) 431-2660
Fax: (217) 431-7490
e-mail: pbrown@vercounty.org
 

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Vermilion County - Spay and Neuter
         
Spaying and neutering of cats and dogs eliminates unwanted behavior, saves lives because overpopulation of these animals caused many to get sick and die or are not adopted and have to be euthanized.
The solution is simple and inexpensive!
All you need to do is call (217) 431-0332 to make an appointment.
 
We are here to help.
Call today, do not hesitate.
 

 

Vermilion County is now fortunate to offer a low cost spay or neuter program.  The Vermilion County Animal Shelter’s goal is to decrease the number of unwanted animals who finds their way into our shelter.  By offering a low cost spay or neuter program, this will help reduce animal over population and reduce the number of animals euthanized because they were not adopted or rescued.

 

To reach this goal, the shelter is in need of a larger surgery table.  With this size surgery table, appointments can be made for the larger breed dog. 

 

Donations for this project can be made to The Vermilion County Animal Shelter.  Please indicate on the check that the donation is to go towards the “Surgery Table”.  Donations are greatly appreciated and will benefit Vermilion County and the animals.

                                                                                

 

The dogs that reside at the Vermilion County Animal Shelter enjoy spending time outside as do most dogs.  The shelter currently has a dog play area but it is limited to the number of dogs that can go outside.  The shelter would like to see an expansion of that area, so the majority of the dogs on the adoption floor can play and run outside.  Being in the fresh air not only will improve the health of the dogs but will allow the dogs to release their bottled up energy making for a calmer dog.  Giving them the chance to play outside may also help in getting them adopted.

 

Donations for this project can be made to The Vermilion County Animal Shelter.  Please indicate on the check that the donation is to go towards the “Dog Play Area”.  Donations are greatly appreciated and will benefit the health and well being of the dogs.

 

Questions regarding these two projects may be directed to Paige Brown, Director of the Vermilion County Animal Shelter at 217-431-2660.

 

To obtain information on the low cost spay neuter program call 217-431-2660.  The staff will be glad to talk to you about the program.