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GovGuam, local groups team up with TECO to get stray animal population under control

2022-08-03 11:33:44
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Source : 2022-8-2/The Guam Daily Post

A Spay & Neuter Island Pets Community Clinic kickoff will take place Thursday at the Mongmong-Toto-Maite Mayor’s Office.

The Department of Agriculture, in conjunction with Guam Animals In Need, Boonie Flight Project, the University of Guam, and the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office, planned the kickoff with ten visiting veterinarians from National Chung Hsing University in Taiwan, the governor's office stated in a press release.

The volunteer veterinarians will spend two weeks on island tackling the stray cat and dog issues by conducting free spaying and neutering services in coordination with territorial veterinarian Dr. Mariana Turner.
GAIN-BOUND: Captured stray dogs wait to be transported by the Dededo Mayor's Office staff to Guam Animals In Need after being rounded up in Dededo on Sept. 13, 2021. Dontana Keraskes/The Guam Daily Post

GAIN-BOUND: Captured stray dogs wait to be transported by the Dededo Mayor's Office staff to Guam Animals In Need after being rounded up in Dededo on Sept. 13, 2021. Dontana Keraskes/The Guam Daily Post

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