Category Archives: The Final Fix Project

Method To Our Madness

FiXiT was first conceived as a methodology. The idea was to bring spay/neuter to everyone by 1) removing any cost restrictions and 2) by motivating pet owners with incentive-based promotions. This past week represented a huge milestone in FiXiT’s history: … Continue reading

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Say Hello, Home Depot

Last week I discussed one pattern I noticed while conducting our annual census on St. Croix. Well, as the census progressed a new pattern made me put on my breaks (literally): so many dogs with homes are walking around free. … Continue reading

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If This Doghouse Could Talk

This week I began the Final Fix Project’s second annual census on St. Croix. Last year, I kicked off my move to St. Croix by counting the number of dogs and cats that I could see in 5 randomly chosen … Continue reading

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Help Wanted

Last week on St. Croix, we had a veterinarian visiting us to provide some pointers on how to make our spay/neuter clinic more efficient and to provide some tricks of the high-volume trade to our veterinarian, Dr. Bailey. This was … Continue reading

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Neuters are Cuter

by Kellie Heckman FiXiT Foundation wants to bring spay and neuter (SN) to everyone, and we are using a research-based approach to determine how to best increase demand for it. It’s also the reason I am in St. Croix working … Continue reading

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