June 3, 2021
Operation Wanted – RSPCA Qld’s annual pet desexing campaign backed locally by the South Burnett Regional Council – is on again!
Participating vets in the South Burnett will be offering a 20 per cent discount from June 1 until August 31.
An RSPCA spokesperson said the campaign continued to grow in popularity despite the restrictions imposed by COVID-19.
As well as removing the risk of unwanted litters, desexing can:
- Reduce the desire of pets to roam
- Reduce the risk of some cancers
- Reduce other unwanted behaviours such as urine spraying (cats)
- Mean cheaper Council registration fees (dogs)
- Allow pets to be happier and more relaxed
Register online to receive a unique code to use at participating vets.
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The RSPCA website lists the following participating vets:
- Barambah Veterinary Surgery, 217 Haly Street, Kingaroy
- Goomeri Veterinary Services, 10 Moore Street, Goomeri
- Kingaroy Veterinary Surgery, 30 Avoca Street, Kingaroy
- Nanango Veterinary Services, 7 Fitzroy Street, Nanango
- Wooroolin Veterinary Services, 39 Alexander Street, Wooroolin