ARL’s Spay Waggin’ provides spay/neuter surgery for more than a dozen animals
This week the Animal Rescue League of Boston’s (ARL) Spay Waggin’ made a special stop in Falmouth through a collaborative effort with Friends of Falmouth Dogs.
Seeing the needs of local pet owners, the Falmouth-based nonprofit provided funding to have nearly a dozen animals spayed or neutered through ARL’s Spay Waggin’ – a mobile surgical clinic.
“Although the Spay Waggin’ makes routine visits to Falmouth, working directly with Friends of Falmouth Dogs, to be a resource to pet owners within their communities reinforces the core purpose of the Spay Waggin’,” said Sam Fincke, ARL Associate Director of Community Operations.
“ARL was great,” stated Valerie Gresh, Friends of Falmouth Dogs Board Member. “Our goal was to provide free spay/neuter services to local families in need, and their professionalism, efficiency and compassion made our goal easily attainable. Kudos to ARL and their staff!”
In addition to providing surgery, ARL was able to provide the organization with pet food to help Friends of Falmouth Dogs further assist pet owners in the community.
Friends of Falmouth Dogs would like to thank the Falmouth Service Center and Falmouth Housing Authority for being so instrumental in getting the word out to the group’s target audience.
Friends of Falmouth Dogs hopes to once again host ARL’s Spay Waggin’ for another special event later this year.