First Mass Free Sterilization Clinic in Puerto Vallarta for Dogs & Cats
On Saturday and Sunday, July 8 and 9, Puerto Vallarta with hold the First Mass Free Sterilization Campaign for pets, which is aimed at sterilizing 300 dogs and cats, male and female. This is to stop the breeding cycle and avoid more dogs and cats in the streets.
With the support of the Municipal President Arturo Dávalos Peña, through the Center of Control, Animal Assistance and Municipal Shelter, the Animal Welfare Coordination of Puerto Vallarta, as well as the Fundación Calle Cero and the Secretariat of Health of Jalisco, the free spay and neuter clinic will be held at the premises of the Municipal Administrative Unit -UMA- Unidad Municipal Administrativa, located at Av. Mezquital #604, third floor, in the Colony of Portales.
This is where it is expected to receive more than 150 dogs and cats per day, as these actions are a fundamental part of the instructions given by the Mayor of Puerto Vallarta, to counteract the increase in the problem of animals in the street by the process of sterilization, one of the activities that is being carried out by the Congress of Jalisco to each one of the 125 municipalities.
With this, Puerto Vallarta remains at the forefront of working together between society and government to achieve better results in the area of animal welfare.
It is also worth noting that in order to achieve this campaign, Rotary Club Puerto Vallarta, Pet Friendly Puerto de Luna Hotel, Hello Bike Tours, Pet Palace, Ruímica Lab, Impulso de Aguila, Valapanza, Don Chonito Bakery, as well as the organizations of Friends of Puerto Vallarta Animals, Purr Project, Dogs for Life and Animal Society AC.
It is important to remember that for the First Free Massive Sterilization Campaign, pet caregivers are asked bring them clean and on a leash, and no food for 12 hours prior. Also bring a towel. The clinic will be held from 9:00 am until 3:00 pm and it is suggested that you arrive by 8:00 am.
It is also reported that healthy females and males will be sterilized from two months to 10 years of age, and also females in heat. To make an appointment you must telephone from Monday to Friday, 8:00 am to 4:00 pm to (322) 225-8837, office of the Coordination of Animal Welfare.
Translated and edited by Team Angels
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