Preventing Pet Overpopulation One Animal at a Time
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Without the generous donation of their time, experience and resources
this program would not exist.


Together, we can "FIX" the
animal overpopulation problem.

What's the Best Kind of Pet?

A Wanted One.


They are more than just animals.

They're our companions.

Help us keep them out off the streets and out of the shelters.


Be The Solution works passionately to end pet overpopulation and euthanasia in our community by promoting and facilitating affordable spay and neuter surgeries


The Fix is Moving!

The Fix is moving a few doors down in the same Cross Creek Shopping Center. Our new location is around the corner next to Hopkins Eatery.

Join us for our moving sale September 24 – 29th. at our current location at: 1210 Capital Circle SE.

We will open in our new location at 1208 Capital Circle SE, Unit D (next to Hopkins) on

October 2nd at 11 am.

For more information, contact us at or 850-545-2043.

You can call The Fix Thrift Shop directly at: 850-298-1129.


Spaying and neutering pets is vital to ending pet overpopulation in our community.

Unwanted pets often end up in the shelter and face the possibility of euthanization or live a dangerous life on the streets where disease and early death is common.

Consider these sobering statistics:

  • One female cat and her offspring can theoretically produce 420,000 cats in seven years
  • One female dog and her offspring can theoretically produce 67,000 dogs in six years
  • The average cost of spaying or neutering a pet is less than the cost of raising a litter of puppies or kittens
  • On average, it costs U.S. taxpayers approximately $100 to capture, house, feed, and eventually euthanize every homeless animal.  Learn More



Tuesday and Thursday 11 am to 1 pm
Saturday 12 noon to 3 PM

1210 Capital Circle SE, Unit B, Tallahassee, FL 32301
“Corner of Apalachee Parkway and Capital Circle SE in the Cross Creek Center next to the Tax Collector’s Office”
Beginning Oct. 2nd, The Fix will have moved to:
1208 Capital Circle SE, Unit D (next to Hopkins).

Need Help Fixing Your Pet?

Be the Solution offers free and low cost spay and neuter vouchers to people who qualify in our community. Contact us today to learn more.
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View Our List of Participating Vets

On a daily basis, these veterinarians prove their dedication to our community and ending pet overpopulation by donating their time, expertise and resources. This program would not exist without their help.
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Help Us End Pet Overpopulation

We can't end pet overpopulation on our own. We need your help. Help us keep unwanted pets off the streets and out of our shelters. Donate today. Every dollar helps.
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