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Discussion in 'General Chat' started by petjeffery, Jul 1, 2009.


  1. petjeffery

    petjeffery PetForums Member

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    hi there can any of you tell me the best places in kent to get my dog nuterd as he is really going to hurt him self soon as he keeps jumping our six foot wall and getting out and runns acrossed a main road the other thing is does any one know of any schems were i can get it done cheapper or for free as a lot of you know im disabled and i am on a very low income and i just can not afford the 160 pounds to have him done can any one help me please i love him so so much and it would break my heart if any thing happend to him
     
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    Nonnie PetForums VIP

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    I would assume you qualify for the PDSA, might be worth contacting them. If not, the RSPCA sometimes issue neutering vouchers.

    If he's a danger(i mean to himself, and traffic), have you thought about using a tie out cable, so that he cant jump out, but can still have his freedom?
     
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    petjeffery PetForums Member

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    hi there i have been in touch with pdsa and thay will only do it if its and medacal problem the rspca have said thay cant help me at the moment and dogs trust have said because i dont live in the area i cant get any help with them as the give a free vochor for the full cost of it at the monment
     
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    In the case get a tie out cable :)
     
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    Have a ring around all your local vets. Explain to them your situation, and lack of funds. Some may let you pay in small monthly installments.
     
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    i have tryed the tie up but he has just broke it tonight thats why i was asking for the help i think i will give it a try tomorrow to see if thay can do it that way that would that be graet if that can help in that way i can afford to do monthly payment just not the lump sum



     
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    Glad to hear it :)
    Were doing ok thanks :)

    Fingers crossed the blue cross can help.
     
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    petjeffery PetForums Member

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    i hope thay can im finding it really hard to deal with



     
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    bichonsrus PetForums Senior

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    wow £160 is really cheap, my vets wants £290 each girl! Wish i had transport to take them to gravesend lol.
     
  12. sallyanne

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    Are you anywhere near the Mayhew Animal Home ?
    I know they are currently offering free neutering for the bullbreeds and they do neutering of other breeds but not sure how much they charge.

    Here's a link
    The Mayhew Animal Home - What We Do - Neutering
     
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    i have just emailed them to find out if thay could help
     
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    A bitch spay is a far more complex and invasive operation. A castrate is relatively simple and quick, which is why they are much cheaper.
     
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    petjeffery PetForums Member

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    that is right i also found out that it goes by there size as well as a jack rullsel size is 110
    but if any one eles can help please let me know


     
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    bichonsrus PetForums Senior

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    oh i see, thanks!
     
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    petjeffery PetForums Member

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    thats ok i have found out that that in some places in the uk thay are doing it for free but here in kent there is no were

     
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    well i have had no luck at all to day with any of the vets or help places thay all say the same thing sorry we cant help god what am i going to do i love him to bits
     
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    Try and save up to have him spayed, until then get a tie out cable so he can't run off :)
     
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    he has been on a tie up lead which he has broke 4 of them in totle i am trying to save up but i am disabled and on a low income i could afford mouthly payments

     
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