This program is funded primarily through a grant, with additional support pledged by local donors.
Pit bull overpopulation is a problem that local animal rescue groups have grappled with for years. At any given time, it is typical for 75% of canine residents of the Humboldt County Ani¬mal Shelter to be of full or partial pit bull heritage. HSNN believes that the best way to combat the problem of homeless animals is through widespread spaying and neutering, and this pro¬gram molds our philosophy to fit one of the most pressing problems facing Humboldt County’s animals today.
Interested pit bull guardians should contact HSNN at 707-442-SPAY (7729).