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MICROCHIP CLINIC FOR PETS: SUNDAY, MARCH 1 IN SANTEE

East County News Service
 
February 14, 2020 (Santee) -- The San Diego Humane Society will host a microchip clinic for pets on Sunday, March 1 in Santee from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. for dogs, cats and bunnies.  The cost is $15, cash only.  (You must be signed up by 12:15 p.m.)
 
The event will take place at 8917 Carlton Hills Blvd. Santee (near the GTM Store/Mary’s Donuts), hosted by Andy Popka from State Farm.  Phone: 619-698-2333 

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KITTENS, CATS & DOGS AVAILABLE FOR ADOPTION - JUST IN TIME FOR THE HOLIDAYS

 


December 20, 2011 (El Cajon) -- There are plenty of kittens, cats and dogs (large & small), even bunnies, all available for adoption at the El Cajon Animal Shelter. One fee includes their vaccinations, microchip, spay or neuter, as well as a visit to the vet.  In addition to adoptions, the shelter provides many services for the Cities of El Cajon and La Mesa.

 


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THE DOG BLOG: LOST OR FOUND DOG? WHAT DO YOU DO?

 
New Technologies, local and national databases help reunite lost dogs and their owners

 
By Dawn Celapino
 
November 29, 2011 (San Diego’s East County)--Have you ever experienced any doggy parent’s worst nightmare--losing your dog? Have you ever found a dog and didn't know what to do? 

 


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BREEDING SUCCESS OF ENDANGERED MEXICAN WOLF AT THE CALIFORNIA WOLF CENTER

 
 
July 9, 2011  The endangered Mexican wolf received a much needed boost to its population this April as four pups (two males and two females) were born at the California Wolf Center.  
 

The Mexican wolf is one of the rarest land mammals in the world, with fewer than 50  in the wild and about 350 in the global population.


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