October 2017

October Veterinary Specials from PAAW

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Need help caring for your animal companion? Pima Alliance for Animal Welfare (PAAW) is a volunteer organization working toward ensuring that all Pima County companion animals have a loving home and humane care. In addition to a trap/neuter/return program for community cats and a marketing campaign to adopt locally (culminating in a mega adoption event), PAAW has a program to help housebound seniors and disabled individuals get what they need for their pets.

For news and events all year long, visit PAAW on Facebook!

OCTOBER Animal Care Specials

TUCSON FREE Spay and neuter, first come first serve. 48 hour MASH clinic sponsored by multiple local organizations. 6015 S Santa Clara, Tucson, AZ (former Mission Manor Elementary School)
Check in from 8–9am
Saturday, October 14 – DOGS ONLY
Sunday, October 15 – CATS ONLY
Bring DOGS and CATS on a leash or in a carrier!
Be prepared to wait in line.
Questions? Call 520-319-9292

Also in TUCSON Low cost microchip services, $10 with no registration fees. Offered by No Kill Pima County on October 21, Noon to 3pm. For dogs and cats at Tucson City Council Office, Ward 6, 3202 E. 1st St. Hosted by Steve Kozachik, Ward 6. With special thanks to Pima Medical Institute. No appointment necessary. For more info call 520-477-7401

THREE POINTS Spay and Neuter Solutions brings FREE alters to dogs and cats in Three Points on the first Wednesday of every month (October 4th) at 8am. Asavet Charities mobile vet will be at the new fire station at 10351 S. Sasabe Hwy. Vaccines are also available for reasonable prices. Call 520-889-9643

We now have a handout on local low cost Euthanasia options and a Spanish translation of the Low Cost Vaccinations and Dentals handout (in addition to the English version). Let us know if you’d like us to email one or both to you!

PAAW is available to make presentations on Pet Resources for Human Service Providers.

If you have any stories to share about how you have used the pet resources packet and how people have benefited from this information, please share them with us! Feedback will help us to attain funding for this and other needed services.