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Garfield County Animal Control assists pet owners with costs of spaying and neutering

Kara K. Pearson Post Independent

GARFIELD COUNTY – For folks throughout Garfield County who need to spay, neuter or vaccinate their pets but need a little financial assistance to get the job done, Garfield County Animal Control offers just the solution.

Through the year, Garfield County Animal Control will provide $25 and $50 vouchers to pet owners in Garfield County to cover a portion of the bill, according to Garfield County public relations officer Tanny McGinnis. The program is designed for pet owners who need assistance in getting their pet spayed, neutered or vaccinated.The Garfield County Sheriff’s Office will also be offering assistance through its annual Spay Days campaign, which runs Feb. 4-8 at participating veterinary clinics. The two programs are separate and have different terms and conditions.

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