Fido Fixers Mobile Unit Offsite Schedule – June 2017

Fido Fixers Mobile Unit Offsite Schedule – June 2017

In an effort to reach zip codes with higher populations of unaltered animals, the Fido Fixers Mobile Spay and Neuter unit offers its schedule this month. Memphians who receive government assistance are eligible for low cost spay/neuters for their animals. To qualify, you must show proof of residency and proof of receiving government assistance, such as food stamps, Social Security, disability, or unemployment. Dogs can be spayed/neutered for $35 and cats for $30.

If you are not receiving government assistance, but would still like to help control the pet overpopulation problem by spaying or neutering your animals, there is an additional discounted fee scale offered by Fido Fixers and Project STOP. See the price scale below:

  • Cats: $40
  • Dogs 5olbs or below: $55
  • Dogs over 50 lbs: $75

The mobile unit can be visited at various SuperLo locations throughout the month of June. Call 901-937-3918 and leave a message on our hotline to make an appointment. A Humane Society representative will return your call and assist you in making an appointment at an offsite location. See the June Fido Fixers schedule below:

  • June 1: 2155 Covington Pike (SuperLo)
  • June 2: 4571 Quince Rd (SuperLo)
  • June 6: 3327 N Watkins St (SuperLo)
  • June 7: Shelby Farms Dog Park Gate 11
  • June 8: 2155 Covington Pike (SuperLo)
  • June 9: 4744 Spottswood Ave (SuperLo)
  • June 13: 3327 N Watkins St (SuperLo)
  • June 14: Shelby Farms Dog Park Gate 11
  • June 15: 2155 Covington Pike (SuperLo)
  • June 16:4751 Quince Rd (SuperLo)
  • June 20: 3327 N Watkins St (SuperLo)
  • June 21: Shelby Farms Dog Park Gate 11
  • June 22: 2155 Covington Pike (SuperLo)
  • June 23: 4744 Spottswood Ave (SuperLo)
  • June 27: 3327 N Watkins St (SuperLo)
  • June 28: Shelby Farms Dog Park Gate 11
  • June 29: 2155 Covington Pike (SuperLo)
  • June 30: 4571 Quince Rd (SuperLo)

2 Comments

  • Cheryl R Davidson - June 11, 2017

    I have a cat that “lets” me feed him/her, but that’s all I would like to have her/him “fixed so al least maybe I will have my conscience clear
    Cat comes to door and looks pitiful, so I feed this skinny cat.
    Is there some way I can receive help with this. ?

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