James hosts S.P.O.T. Clinic for Sixth District Pet Owners on Saturday, December 8th
Tuesday December 4, 2012
For Immediate Release:
Louisville Metro Council
Contact: Tony Hyatt 574-4137 / 526-3622
Louisville –Councilman David James is offering pet owners in District 6 a special holiday S.P.O.T. Clinic on Saturday, December 8th at the South Louisville Community Center, located at 2911 Taylor Blvd between the hours of 10:00am to 2:00pm.
“With the hustle and bustle of the holiday season, pet owners may want an easy way to make sure their pet is licensed and has the necessary shots,” says James. “Metro Animal Services can handle those needs in a low cost way and help pet owners be responsible.”
The S.P.O.T Clinic offers the following services:
License: $9.50 (altered pets)/ $50.50 (unaltered pets)*
Rabies: $8 (1 year)
*Senior citizens receive a discount on license fees
S.P.O.T. stands for Stop Pet Overpopulation Today. This mobile clinic brings these services to locations throughout Metro Louisville.
“Many of us on the Metro Council sponsor these clinics as a way to not only help pet owners, but to help keep our communities and neighborhoods safe,” says James.
For more information about the Sixth District S.P.O.T. Clinic, contact Councilman James’ office at 574-1106. For more general information about S.P.O.T. programs, please call the Animal Adoption Center at 473-PETS (7387).
David James (D) 6