Tallahassee Pet Connection
The Tallahassee Pet Connection Website is now
Aid Foundation - Spay and Neuter Center
The Animal Aid Foundation operates the Spay and Neuter Center in
Tallahassee, Florida. The Spay and Neuter Center is a full service veterinary clinic
providing the highest quality veterinary services at low cost. The Spay and Neuter
Center provides service to over 3000 pet owners, from routine vaccinations to orthopedic
reconstructive surgery to grooming.
The Spay and Neuter Center dedicates its veterinary facilities, personnel
and resources to the rehabilitation of rescued animals. Once these animals are
rehabilitated, a suitable adoption
mission is to reduce the overpopulation of domestic pets until we reach our goal of
eliminating the euthanasia of adoptable pets
1977 the Animal Aid foundation has had a commitment to reduce the overpopulation of pets
in our communities. Our foremost concern is to prevent the suffering that comes from
being unwanted and our goal is to help animals who have no voice. We know that if we
can spay or neuter a pet now, there will be fewer homeless pets who will be killed by
automobiles, starve to death or be euthanized simply because no one wants them.
year over 5000 cats and dogs are spayed and neutered at the Spay and
Neuter Center operated by the Animal Aid Foundation in Tallahassee, Florida.
These pets will not contribute to the overpopulation of pets which are brought to animal
shelters each year.
How to Contact Us
The Animal Aid Foundation / Spay and Neuter Center is located at :
2270 Boone Boulevard
Tallahassee, Fl 32303
Our Phone number is (850) 386-4148
Our Fax Number is (850) 385-5833
Contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Leon County Humane
(Near Meridian at Timberlane Road Intersection.)
<<<The Leon County Humane Society aka "LCHS" isn't the same
place as the (euthanasia center) Tallahassee Leon County Animal Center aka "TLC">>>
do I mention this? Remember when making donations that these are two
separate organizations. The first fully supports foster caring in
individual homes and if you wish you can adopt a healthy cared for pet
for a reasonable fee...but the second kills more animals than it saves.
PLEASE ADOPT AN ANIMAL TODAY...
Leon County Animal Center
On Easterwood Drive
(Near Tom Brown Park)
Either place is fine
from and it's true you get a cheaper price if you adopt a pet at this
place, but it has been my experience that your new pet is more
likely to be sick from being confined with other sick animals at the
"TLC Animal Center".
You truly are saving an animal's life when
you adopt from this facility.
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THANKS FOR VISITING and please feel free to contact the webmaster
Originally Created 4/20/03
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