Pasado’s Safe Haven offers services to low-income pet owners

The mobile spay and neuter clinic will be at Carnation Elementary School Aug. 24.

  • Wednesday, August 15, 2018 12:30pm
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Pasado’ss Safe Haven’s Mobile Spay & Neuter Clinic is operating at the Carnation Elementary School located at 4950 Tolt Ave., Carnation on Friday, Aug. 24.

There is a $20 copay for cats and a $45 copay for dogs. The Spay Station offers free or low cost spay/neuter surgery, and low cost vaccines, flea prevention and microchips. The vaccines and other services are only available in combination with spay or neuter surgery.

Reservations are required. Pets must be brought in by 6:45 a.m. and picked up at the end of the day.

Register at https://www.pasadosafehaven.org/event/carnation-elementary-school-4950-tolt-ave-carnation/.

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