Since the 1920’s Gloucestershire Animal Welfare Association and Cheltenham Animal Shelter have been rescuing and re-homing domestic pets throughout Gloucestershire. The charity cares for around 500 stray dogs each year and Staffordshire Bull Terriers (SBT) normally make up over 50% of those.
The charity recognises that unwanted Staffordshire Bull Terriers is a nationwide problem and so have decided to tackle to problem head on – prevention is better than cure!
Not only will the charity continue to rescue and re-home the misunderstood breed but they will also help lower the numbers of unwanted pups being born to try and break the cycle. Gloucestershire Animal Welfare Association and Cheltenham Animal Shelter will be offering discounted neutering at a cost of £30 for Staffordshire Bull Terriers who meet the criteria below .
The offer is available to
- Male SBT’s of any age
- Female SBT’s who are under the age of 1 year
Owners of the dogs must live within an 8 mile distance of the Shelter to qualify for the scheme.
For more information or to book a pre-op assessment then please call CAS Veterinary Practice on 01242 530056.
Past support of this important scheme has only been made possible due to the generous support of The Kennel Club Charitable Trust and Support Adoption for Pets (Pets at Home). Cheltenham Animal Shelter would like to express their gratitude to the Trusts and Foundations for their continued support – together we will make a difference.