Moore County Sheriff’s Office Animal Services coordinated a Mobile Spay and Neuter Unit to provide services for the Robbins area of Moore County. Twenty three animals were fixed, and an additional 10 rabies vaccinations were administered by the Moore County Sheriff’s Office Animal Services staff.

The next mobile unit visit is May 24th at the Just Save in Robbins and a June date is already being scheduled.

The majority of the Mobile Spay and Neuter Unit Customers were SNAP qualified or used the Fix’M Voucher Program. Spay/Neuter Assistance Program (SNAP) provides spay and neuter services at no cost to those who receive government assistance and the Fix’M voucher program offers low cost spay and neuter based on household income.  

All appointments were pre-coordinated and done in partnership with the Town of Robbins.

“As promised, we’re doing everything we can for the Animals of Moore County,” said Sheriff Neil Godfrey. “The SNAP and Fix’M voucher programs are no or low-cost ways we can follow through on our responsibilities as pet owners and the Mobile Unit is a phenomenal way to safely increase the convenience of spaying or neutering. I would like to thank the mobile unit staff for their assistance and commend my Moore County Sheriff’s Office Animal Services staff for taking advantage of resources to benefit the citizens of Moore County.”

Please call MCSO Animal Services at 910-947-2858 for more information or for assistance with filling out the SNAP/Fix’M . Forms are available at Robbins Town Hall as well as the Moore County Sheriff’s Office website:



Print Friendly, PDF & Email