Dogs and cats die needlessly in local shelters because there are not enough responsible homes. Families unwittingly feed this tragedy when they allow their pets to multiply while other animals wait in shelters to be adopted. We've progressed, however, as two decades ago, 18 to 20 million dogs were euthanized yearly, now 5.1 million animals die yearly.
With the goal to see this destruction eliminated, Friends of Animals, a non-profit animal protection organization, welcomes East Village Green Animal Hospital, at 2-East Village Green, Levittown, to its Breeding Control Program. The hospital joins FoA's national team of veterinarians who accept our low-cost spay/neuter certificates. For nearly 40 years, FoA has been in the business of encouraging families to spay/neuter their animals. With the hospital's cooperation, hopefully, fewer unwanted litters will be born.