Mobile spay and neuter pet clinic stops in North Bend Dec. 29

  • Tuesday, December 12, 2017 10:50am
  • Life

On Friday, Dec. 29, the mobile spay and neuter clinic from Pasado’s Safe Haven will be parked at Ace Hardware, 330 Main Avenue S., North Bend, to provide free or low-cost spay or neuter surgery for local pets.

The clinic also offers low-cost vaccines, flea prevention and microchips to pets that are having surgery.

A copay of $20 for cats or $45 for dogs may be required.

Reservations are required. Reserve a spot online at https://clinichq.com/online/13d3e357-0c60-4d8f-ad1b-d47cea3e64e2. Be sure to select the Dec. 29 clinic in North Bend from the dropdown menu.

Pets must be dropped off at 7 a.m. and can be picked up at the end of the day. Bring your dog or cat at 7 am and pick them up at the end of day.

For more information, visit http://www.pasadosafehaven.org/south-king- county-spay-station.

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