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COUNTY OFFERS PET MICROCHIP CLINIC TODAY IN ALPINE


CHIPS CAN HELP LOCATE LOST ANIMALS AFTER A FIRE
; MORE CLINICS PLANNED IN OTHER LOCATIONS

June 27, 2010 (Alpine) – San Diego County’s Animal Services Department will offer a clinic from 12 noon to 2 p.m. today at the Alpine Sheriff station, 2751 Alpine Boulevard. Pet owners can have their dogs, cats, rabbits or other small animals microchipped for a $20 fee—just in time for fire season.

 

The clinic will also provide $6 rabies vaccinations, plus spay/neuter coupons at $25 for male and $50 for female dogs and cats. Amnesty from late fees will be provided for owners who renew lapsed dog licenses.

HELP NEEDED TO FIND OWNERS OF INJURED PETS

April 19, 2010 (San Diego) - The County of San Diego Department of Animal Services is trying to locate the owners of two injured animals that have arrived at County shelters, including a Siamese cat in El Cajon and an apricot poodle in Logan Heights.

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