Rescue Village is committed to providing
spay/neuter services. All animals adopted from Rescue Village
are "fixed" before they go home. If you need assistance,
we offer the following public programs:
Spay Your Mama
The “Spay Your Mama” program is geared towards individuals with a pregnant female dog or a female dog with her new puppies.
Involvement in the program will consist of agreeing to surrender the puppies at 8 weeks of age to Rescue Village, where they will be fixed, vaccinated, and put up for adoption. The “mama” will then be spayed at no cost to the participant through Petfix*. This is a win-win for both the puppies, who will easily find wonderful new homes, and the pet owner who will now not have to worry about any more unwanted litters.
To participate in the “Spay Your Mama” program, please contact Programs Coordinator, Erin Hawes, at 440.338.4819 ext. 14 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
*Participation in program will be based upon Petfix qualifications. Tolearn more, visit http://www.petfixnortheastohio.org/qualifies.htm
Rescue Village endorses a feral cat population management
method called Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR). TNR works because
it addresses cat overpopulation where it starts – uncontrolled
reproduction. In TNR the cats are humanely trapped, brought
to Rescue Village where they are neutered, vaccinated,
and given a general medical exam. They are also eartipped
(a tiny portion of their ear is snipped) to signal that
they have been "fixed". The cats are then returned
to their outdoor home – to live out their lives in
a managed colony. They no longer reproduce and their nuisance
behaviors, like fighting, spraying and yowling are dramatically
To participate, fill out an application here!
Frequently Asked Questions
TNR is a program for residents of Geauga County with a $20 fee. You
must agree to care for the cat once it is released. Humane
traps can be rented from Rescue Village.
This program is reserved for stray and feral cats living
in outdoor colonies ONLY. Tame cats and kittens slated
for foster and adoption will be spayed/neutered through
the regular, low-cost service with PetFix and
charged the low-cost
services and fees.
Please contact us for more information
at 440.338.4819 ext. 10 or email@example.com.
A nonprofit regional mobile spay/neuter clinic, is working
in cooperation with Rescue Village to reduce overpopulation
by making spay/neuter surgeries affordable and accessible
to low-income populations, feral cat caregivers, shelters,
and rescues in Geauga County.
Rescue Village is committed to this
spay/neuter program and hopes to offer this service to our
community as frequently as possible, therefore, we maintain
a waiting list of qualified participants.
The cost of the service ranges from $35 for a male cat to
$80 for a female dog.
To qualify, you must show proof of government assistance
or low-income. You will be asked to show a Medicaid Card
or a copy of your W-2 Tax form. If you have a cat or small
dog (under 30 pounds) and are in need of spay/neuter services,
please call Rescue Village to obtain a registration form.
Please contact Erin for more information
at 440.338.4819 ext. 14 or firstname.lastname@example.org
in the Farmland
Provides low-cost spay/neuter services in rural Geauga County. Rescue
Village partners with PetFix of Northeast Ohio to bring high
quality services to qualifying low income and Amish residents. Funded by a grant from the
Kenneth A. Scott Charitable Fund, this program's goal is
to reduce the number of unwanted puppies and kittens in eastern
For information and to schedule an appointment
for your pet(s), contact Joan Lax, Fix It in the Farmland
Coordinator, at 440.338.4819 ext. 21.
When: November 7, 2014