Exciting News from North Mississippi – The Oxford-Layfette Humane Society will soon have their very own high-volume spay/neuter facility! Mississippi Spay and neuter and the Big Fix Clinic are working closely with our allies in Oxford to help them with the logistics of opening and operating their new clinic. We appreciate their willingness, hard work and dedication. Together we will save many more animals in our state! Continue reading
Our evaluation comments read: “An excellent spay/neuter clinic.” Thank you to our clinic staff for providing high quality care to thousands of animals each year. We are so grateful for your hard work!
The Big Fix Clinic has seen an overwhelming response from our $25 spay special this month, so we are extending it through February to help more people take advantage of this deal before their female cats become pregnant in the spring. Continue reading
Dr. Bushby has been on our Board of Directors since 2007. As a child he developed a strong bond with animals because his father bred dogs to sell, but it was not until his internship at the ASPCA in New York City that he saw the horrifying truth of breeding and pet overpopulation - over 500 animals were being euthanized in the city every day. Continue reading
Kitten season is coming! As the weather warms up, more and more female cats get pregnant. Help us prevent the births of unwanted kittens this spring by spaying your female kitties for just $25 in January! Continue reading
Check out our new shirt designs! Not only does your purchases support spay and neuter, but you'll be a walking educational campaign for the importance of spay & neuter. Continue reading
Dr. Kia McCrary was our Director of Veterinary Services for 7 years. She performed more than 20,000+ surgeries at the Big Fix Clinic as well as on the mobile clinics (Big Fix Rig and Little Fix Rig) that we used before opening our own clinic in Pearl, and currently sits on our Advisory Board. Thank you Dr. McCrary! We would not be where we are today without your passion and dedication for ending pet overpopulation in Mississippi. Continue reading