No-cost spay/neuter clinic for pit bulls to open Wednesday

JAMESTOWN – On Wednesday, the Chautauqua County Humane Society will open a new no-cost, high-quality, high-volume spay/neuter clinic that will provide pit bull owners residing in the 14701 area with more affordable spay/neuter services for their pit and pit mix breed dogs. Located at 2825 Strunk Road in Jamestown, the Chautauqua County Humane Society received $19,500 in grants from PetSmart Charities for funding to the clinic which is anticipated to perform 300 spay/neuter surgeries in 2013. The new Fix-A-Bull spay/neuter clinic will only ask for a cash donation of the participant’s choice.

According to Jeff Lubi, CCHS executive director, “Our goal is to make spay/neuter services more affordable to pit bull breed owners who might not otherwise be able to sterilize their pets.

With hundreds of homeless and unwanted dogs surfacing every year in our area, these services are essential to solving our homeless pet overpopulation problem.”

The CCHS Fix-A-Bull Clinic will be open each Wednesday starting this week. For more information or to schedule your pet’s sterilization, call 665-2209 ext 205 or visit