FREEPORT — The Center for Wildlife Health Research is recently announced a grant from Animal Farm Foundation to subsidize the spay-neuter at Freeport’s Community Spay-Neuter Clinic at their state of the art veterinary facility.

Subsidized sterilization services for qualifying owners of pitbulls and pitbull mixes is available immediately at Freeport’s Community Spay-Neuter Clinic, for owners on public assistance. Call 865-0772 for more information and eligibility Monday-Wednesday. The clinic offers free transport in climate controlled van from Thomaston, Waterville and Augusta.

Cost is $50, including exam and rabies vaccination. Grant assistance is available for other breeds.

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