Teaming up to help the homeless of Washoe County and their pets

Washoe County Regional Animal Services and Nevada Humane Society partner to provide pet resources.

Reno, Nevada. – March 29, 2016 – (RealEstateRama) — Washoe County Regional Animal Services and Nevada Humane Society will offer the homeless of Washoe County free resources for their pets at Volunteers of America in Reno.

WHAT: Free Pet Vaccination and Resource Clinic for the homeless

WHEN: 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. on Tuesday March 29, 2016

WHERE: Volunteers of America, 355 Record Street, Reno

CONTACT: Regional Animal Services 775-353-8900 or the Nevada Humane Society 775-856-2000

Regional Animal Services will be providing free dog and cat vaccinations and microchips for pets to homeless residents of Washoe County who have a Clarity card in their possession. Clarity cards can be obtained at the Tom Vetica Resource Center, 355 Record Street in Reno.

Additionally, pet licensing and registration will be provided at $8 for spayed/neutered dogs and $20 for unaltered dogs. The licensing and registration component of the program is to ensure your pet can be reunited if lost and to provide proof of ownership.

Nevada Humane Society will be handing out pet food and pet supplies. Staff from their Animal Resource Center will be providing free assistance and information to those who have questions or problems with their pets.

For additional information, contact Bobby Smith 775-353-8945.

Contact: Scott Oxarart
soxarart (at) washoecounty (dot) us
775-328-2068

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