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Pet Resource Awareness Day Vaccinates Hundreds of Pets

On July 9, 2016,  Burlington Animal Services staff, volunteers, veterinarians and local animal rescue groups gathered together to deliver free distemper/parvo vaccinations and rabies vaccinations to cats and dogs in need. The event began at 10am and there were hundreds of Alamance County pets lined up waiting to be seen when the doors opened.

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AnimalKind hosted a booth at this event with information about the benefits of spaying/neutering pets and activity booklets which had tips for kids and parents for being safe around pets. We also offered information about our low cost spay/neuter program and applications for our $20 FIX vouchers. We had over 30 pets from low income families sign up to be spayed or neutered!

Partnering with local animal shelters, rescue groups, and volunteers has been extremely successful for our Alamance County program.  Together we have helped spay/neuter over 200 pets in 2016. 

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Gwen and her dog Smore’s

Burlington NC residents that were able to take advantage of our low cost spay/neuter program.

 

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