CHRISTIANSBURG, Va. (WFXR) — Thanks to a $3,000 grant from the Petco Foundation, Mountain View Humane in Christiansburg is now better equipped to tackle the financial challenges of the coronavirus pandemic.
According to Mountain View Humane, through Petco Foundation’s Intake Diversion grant program, the Christiansburg organization was awarded a $3,000 grant to reduce the cost of spay/neuter fees for pets in the New River Valley.
“In this challenging financial time due to COVID-19, this generous grant will enable us to better serve the community by making affordable spay/neuter surgeries available regardless of a person’s ability to pay,” Mountain View Humane said in a news release on Wednesday, Sept. 2.
In addition, Mountain View Humane says the subsidy will reduce the price of dog spay/neuter surgeries by $50.
For anyone interested in taking advantage of the Petco Spay/Neuter subsidy, you are required to complete a financial aid application — which is available by clicking here — and provide proof of income.
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