You can help prevent the numbers of abandoned and homeless animals where you live:
- Get your cats and dogs desexed, and the local unowned stray cats if possible too, with reduced prices and other special offers in July 2021. Some vets offer discounts for everyone during National Desexing Month; others for pension/concession card holders only.
The list of participating vet clinics and their special offers will be available from the last week in June so you can make a vet appointment early to ensure you don’t miss out. Vouchers are not needed; you just need to request National Desexing Month prices as listed on the NDN website. Keep checking for any additions to the list until the end of the first week in July, as some vet clinics register late.
- Encourage your local veterinarians to participate, ask them to find us online on the National Desexing Network website ndn.org.au . Posters and Participation Forms are on-line here. Hard copies for display have been mailed to every vet, Council and animal organisation in Australia to encourage desexing of cats and dogs.
- Encourage your Council’s Animal Management Coordinator and Councillors to contact the National Desexing Network firstname.lastname@example.org about our year-round Cooperative Desexing Program managed free of charge for Councils.