The Gloucester-Mathews Humane Society and Fixin’ to Save Spay & Neuter Clinic celebrated Responsible Dog Ownership Day by hosting a rabies and microchip clinic on Sept. 21.
Sponsored by the Mathews Community Foundation, the event offered free rabies vaccinations and low-cost microchips for clients. The event marked the third free rabies and low-cost microchip clinic offered by GMHS in the last 10 months.
“The Gloucester-Mathews Humane Society, community members and their pets are grateful to the Mathews Community Foundation for the generous grant award that made the Sept. 21 free rabies and low-cost microchip clinic possible,” said GMHS executive director April Martinez. “We are proud to count them among our life-saving partners and value their role in increasing awareness of responsible pet ownership and offering access to services that make for healthy and happy citizens and their pets.”
Dr. Leslie Dragon, of Four Paws Mobile Veterinary Clinic; GM...
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