May 19, 2006
Valdosta -- The Valdosta/Lowndes County Humane Society is teaching pet owners how to take better care of the pets. The Humane Society is hosting a day of awareness Saturday at Barber Park in Valdosta.
Pet owners will be given the chance to talk with local vets, there will be drawings for free spays and neuters ,and dog training classes.
The Humane Society wants to hold more awareness events throughout the year. "Our goal is every quarter to go to another area in Lowndes and surrounding counties until we've talked to every pet owner in this area," says Community Outreach person Mechelle Sullivan.
Free pet food and supplies will given away. Children programs will begin a 10 A.M.
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