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Councilwoman Butler announces District 15 Spring SPOT Clinic set for Saturday, May 11th

Wednesday April 24, 2013

For Immediate Release:
Democratic Caucus
Louiville Metro Council
Contact: Tony Hyatt 574-4137 / 526-3622

Louisville – Councilwoman Marianne Butler is once again helping pet owners license their pets close to home by bringing the S.P.O.T. Clinic to residents of District 15 on Saturday, May 11.

“S.P.O.T. Clinics go a long way in providing needed veterinarian services at a low cost for pet owners and a convenient way to update their license,” says Butler. “An added bonus is the option to micro chip their pet at a low cost.”

The S.P.O.T. (Stop Pet Overpopulation Today) Clinic is scheduled on May 11 at Wyandotte Park, 1010 Beecher Street from 9:00am until 1:00pm. The following services are provided:

License: $9.50 (altered pets)/ $50.50 (unaltered pets)*

Rabies: $8 (1 year)

Microchips: $25

*Senior citizens receive a discount on license fees

S.P.O.T. clinics are run by Metro Animal Services and bring veterinarian services to the neighborhood allowing residents to get a pet a license and necessary vaccinations.

For more information about the S.P.O.T. Clinic, contact Councilwoman Butler’s office at 574-1115.

Marianne Butler (D) 15