Barks and meows filled MetraPark Saturday.
That's because the Yellowstone Valley Animal Shelter hosted a spay and neuter clinic. While many pet owners can't afford getting the procedures for their furry friends done at vet clinics, Yellowstone Valley Animal Shelter offers an in-expensive way to get it done. Shelter Executive Director Chris Anderson says it's important to prevent over population of pets.
"I feel like sometimes this is the high point for us but it isn't. Every single day is a high point for us but this is so important. This is so, so vitally important for the community that it is really rewarding for me to be ale to offer this and work with these people and see all these dogs," says Anderson.
The shelter will offer the clinic Sunday from 8 to 4pm. It's $45 for dogs and $35 for cats. Anderson says to be sure to make an appointment before getting your pet fixed.