Mobile spay and neuter clinic visits Linden
A low cost spay and neuter clinic came to Linden to service the area and also offered vaccinations from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. on Feb. 2.
The clinic completed 27 surgeries on Feb. 2 as well as 49 rabies vaccinations.
The mobile clinic is operated by the Animal Protection League out of Longview, Texas and will be coming back to Linden on March 29, April 28, May 31 and July 1.
Jenna Lockhart was one of the Linden residents who contacted the clinic to come to the Cass County area.
“They were very happy with the turnout and we were as well, the rain did not stop people from coming to the clinic,” said Lockhart.
The vaccinations they offered for dogs were rabies, distemper/parvo, and Bordetella.
The vaccinations that was available for felines were rabies, distemper, and Leukemia.
The mobile clinic also provided other services such as heartworm prevention shots, flea and tick shots, nail trimming, de-wormer, micro chipping, heartworm test and feline leukemia test.
Lockhart recently began a low cost spay and neuter program for the area that relies on fundraising or sponsors.