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Take advantage of spay/neuter clinic

Pasado's Low/No Cost Clinic for spaying and neutering cats and dogs will be again offer its services starting at 7 a.m. Thursday, Sept. 18, in the city of Snoqualmie's parking lot next to Adventure Bowling Center, 7940 Railroad Ave.

Surgeries are performed by licensed veterinarians on board the state-of-the-art mobile clinic. Pet owners are encouraged to take advantage of this service to stop pets from roaming, improve their health and prevent unwanted litters.

Services are free to individuals on public assistance (bring verification) or priced at $20 for neuters for cats; $40 for dogs, and $30 for spays for cats; $50 for dogs.

* For information, call (360) 793-SPAY. The clinic will be in Duvall on Sept. 19 at the Safeway, 14020 Main St. N.E., and hopes to return to Snoqualmie every month, depending on the response of the community.

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