PRESS RELEASE / ANNOUNCEMENTS Monday, September 28, 2015

“Love-A-Bull, Fix-A-Bull” Campaign Free Spay and Neuters in October, 2015

In honor of National Pit Bull Awareness Month, the Responsible Pet Ownership (RPO) Alliance is offering FREE spay/neuter services for Pit Bulls or Pit Bull mixes throughout the month of October along with free rabies vaccinations and a $10 microchip as a part of our “Love-A-Bull, Fix-A-Bull” Campaign. This special will be open to the first 150 Pit Bull and Pit Bull mixes signed up. Owners must be residents of Santa Barbara County to qualify.
To top it off, the RPO Alliance is also offering $20 adoption fees for Pit Bulls and Pit Bull mixes in our shelters. “Love-A-Bull” Pit Bulls and Pit Bull mixes make up close to 35% of Santa Barbara County shelter populations. A well-bred, well socialized, and well-trained, Pit Bull is one of the most loving, intelligent and gentle dogs imaginable. The majority of Pit Bull Terriers are ambassadors for their breed. Adopt-A-Bull, “Love-A-Bull” new family members, waiting in local shelters, are already altered, vaccinated and microchipped.
Be a responsible pet owner and maintain a vaccinated, microchipped, and licensed Pit Bull or Pit Bull mix. You can expect a fun, smart, and devoted companion for years to come. Contact any one of our participating alliance members to schedule an appointment for spay/neuter.
Pet owners should call one of the following organizations to “Love-A-Bull, Fix-A-Bull” or inquire about adoption:
• Santa Barbara County Animal Services- Spay/Neuter, at 805.934.6968
• Santa Maria Valley Humane Society, at 805.349.3435
• Santa Ynez Valley Humane Society, at 805.688.8224
• Santa Barbara Humane Society, at 805.964.4777
C.A.R.E.4 Paws, at 805.968-2273
Santa Barbara County Animal Services, Santa Maria Valley Humane Society, Santa Ynez Valley Humane Society, Santa Barbara Humane Society, C.A.R.E.4Paws, VIVA, and the Santa Barbara County Animal Care Foundation are part of the Responsible Pet Ownership (RPO) Alliance, a coalition of Santa Barbara County animal welfare agencies, shelters, and nonprofit organizations working collaboratively to promote responsible pet ownership and ensure that affordable spay/neuter services are available countywide.
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Susan Klein-Rothschild
Public Information Officer
(805) 681-5435 September 17, 2015FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Stacy Silva
Community Outreach Coordinator
(805) 934-6981
(805) 714-3407 (cell)

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