Wally’s Friends is the FIRST of
its kind in the Chattanooga
area! The stand alone clinic
is devoted solely to high
quality, high volume, low-cost
spay/neuter for dogs and cats.
High volume sterilization must
be compulsory as a community
response to pet overpopulation!
Wally's Friends now serves
Chattanooga, Hamilton County and
the surrounding rural counties,
including Georgia and Alabama.
Needs Your Help!
about how to help little Ralphie help
Layla's Litter Patrol
Layla's on patrol to get those litters under control!
Hi kids ... Layla here! I
found my way to Wally's Friends after being banished to live under a bush when
my human passed away! The relatives didn't think much of me, so I found myself
in a horrible situation. Believe me after having so many litters of puppies
myself and never knowing what happened to them, I am ready to take on this job
for Wally's! If you have a litter of pups or kittens call me at the clinic and
we will fix them under my special funding! If you can
to my Litter Patrol
Campaign let my humans know via Pay Pal or phone! Spay/Neuter! Mainstream
Your pal, Layla
Friends Need Homes!
Yep, that's right!
Wally's Friends could not
abandon those who came from extremely neglectful
conditions. So what did we
do? We arranged for them
to stay with us until we find
just the right people to love
and pamper them.
to see who is waiting for a
forever home! If
you are interested in adopting
one of our friends, please
contact us at 423-877-9966.
Wally's Friends wants to thank
everyone for the many donations and all
the volunteers who are offering
assistance to Wally's Friends!
Thanks to generous donations,
Wally's Friends has already
assisted many heartworm
positive dogs that are now
healthy and on prevention for
(See some that have been helped
Keeva Needs Your
Our wonderful staff member
Rachael gave her the name Keeva
when she was brought to Wally's
Friends. Dr. Gordon spayed her,
and she has recovered nicely.
Delivering multiple litters was
not her only problem! Dr. Tai
Federico has told us she has
chronic nerve damage with the
dorsal aspect of the foot
suffering chronic trauma from
the foot being flipped over.
Amputation is the absolute best
thing. Please help us get this
forgotten pup back to the
happiness she deserves! This
sweet Lab/Sharpei mix wandered
up to a family who took her in,
but cannot afford any vet care.
Donna Lewis has paid for her
spay, and Dr. Tai will amputate
for $650, which is very
reasonable. She will also need a
new home. Please help her by
clicking the Donate button
below. We will maintain a daily
count on our Facebook page of
the needed funds. Enjoying good
food and lots of doting has now
brought a smile to her face, in
spite of her painful leg!