Monday marks the 14th day of Bibb County's mandatory spay and neuter law.
Sarah Tenon, the director of the Macon-Bibb Animal Shelter says in the past two weeks they have yet to give out any citations to violators of the new law, but she says they will.
Starting July 1, 2014, dogs and cats over the age of six months in Bibb County are required to be spayed or neutered.
Tenon explains, "If we got a call for a dog roaming at-large, we'll go out. If we can locate the owner, we would then talk with the owner, address the roaming at large issue, as well as inform them of the new law."
At that time, Tenon says they would issue the owners with a citation, and give them 60 days to spay or neuter their animal. If they do not comply, they face a fine of up to $500.
Tenon says they are not going door-to-door to enforce this, but she says something needed to happen.