Berkeley Humane Society to offer low-cost spaying, neutering services

The Humane Society’s “Spay the Bay” initiative offers subsidized surgery expenses through Berkeley Humane’s Veterinary Hospital at 2700 9th St. and also offers a list of low-cost options around the Bay Area. The initiative, which was developed over the past year, aims to help pet owners prevent the birth of unplanned litters and alleviate overcrowding in local shelters.
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Seeking shelter for animal services

The city spent more than $12 million to create Berkeley’s municipal animal shelter— a two-story building glossed in yellow paint featuring a controlled climate, an in-house veterinary clinic and new kennels.
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