Best Friends Pit Bull Promotion

Thanks to a generous donation from Best Friends Animal Society, FiXiT is providing FREE spay and neuter for pit bull-type dogs profiled on from select states. This offer is now over. We were able to spay and neuter 135 pit bull terriers!

Do you qualify?

Funding is restricted to low income families in eight targeted states: California, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Missouri, New York, Texas and Utah. All pit bull-type dogs qualify, including American Pit Bull Terrier, the American Staffordshire Terrier, the Staffordshire Bull Terrier, and mixed bred dogs of this "pit bull" body type.  

To take advantage of this offer:

1. Register and then login as an Owner.

2. Add a profile for each of your pit bull dogs. Make sure to choose "Pit bull" as the breed.

3. Wait to be contacted. Our Best Friends Pit Bull Project Coordinator will be in touch less than a week. If not, contact us.

To make the process even easier, find a low cost spay-and-neuter clinic in your area. You can search the new GetYourFix clinic database or the ASPCA/PetSmart Charities database to find options in your area.

If you have additional questions or comments, please contact us.

To promote this offer:

If you live in California, Georgia, Florida, Illinois, Missouri, New York, Texas,and Utah:
Download the promotional flier with pit bull owners, veterinary clinics, shelters, rescue groups and others. Post on bulletin boards, in supermarkets, dog parks, animal shelters, and anywhere where pit bull owners gather.
Follow FiXiT on Facebook, Twitter or other social media sites and share our posts about the promotion.
If you live in other states:
Share this opportunity with anyone you may know in the above states.
Follow FiXiT on Facebook, Twitter or other social media sites and share our posts about the promotion.

This promotion is available thanks to generous support from the Best Friends Animal Society.


How GetYourFix Works

GetYourFix is the FiXIT program designed to make zero companion animal-euthanasia a reality by targeting one of the main obstacles for caregivers to fix their animals - the expense.

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