While some animals end up in shelters and are saved from the streets and cruelty, and others are given up by their families, countless others never make it to shelters and suffer without someone to care for them. Spaying or neutering pets prevents animals from being born accidentally, and is the most effective and humane way to save animals lives.
Bath Animal Welfare Foundation provides the spay/neuter procedure to all of its rescued pets, as well as heartworm and tick-born disease testing, de-worming and micro-chipping and more extensive vetting as necessary.
In addition, BAWF offers free spay/neuter procedures to pet owners in Bath County in need of assistance as well as free spay/neuter procedures to all cats and dogs adopted from the Bath County Animal Control. We believe in spay and neutering as both an effective and humane way to save animals lives.
Please feel free to contact us at (540) 839-8666 if you have any questions about our spay/neuter program.