The Richmond Animal League (RAL) is holding a one day event offering free spay/neuter and rabies vaccines for pit bulls or pit mixes living along the Jefferson Davis Corridor in Chesterfield County on Saturday, March 19th. The free spay and neuter services will be provided to 20 animals whose owners meet low-income criteria.
This one-day event is hosted by RAL to introduce the new pit-bull rescue division called Gracie’s Guardians, named after one of the Michael Vick dogs RAL cared for. It is a cooperative effort between RAL and the Chesterfield County Animal Control Unit, which has provided funding for this initiative and assisted by identifying areas of the county that would benefit from the service.
Gracie's Guardians strives to work towards holistic solutions for the issues facing pit bull type dogs in our community.