Montgomery County residents on public assistance can have their male dogs non-surgically neutered for free December 22, thanks to a partnership among Montgomery County Spay Neuter Project, Texas Litter Control, Ark Charities, and Precinct 4 Commissioner Ed Rinehart.
Your dog can still be a baller!
That's right -- thanks to a drug called Zeuterin, vets can sterilize male dogs without snipping off their junk. And dog owners "who are on disability, Social Security, unemployment, or food stamps will be eligible to participate," according to a press release from Texas Litter Control. (Zeuterin is currently only FDA-approved for dogs 3-10 months).