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Butler and Johnson hold S.P.O.T. Clinic on Oct. 17th at Wyandotte Park

Tuesday October 13, 2009

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

S.P.O.T. is coming to Wyandotte Park with help of Metro Council members Marianne Butler (D-15) and Dan Johnson (D-21). That is good news for pet owners who would like one central location top take care of licensing, rabies and micro chipping.

“This S.P.O.T. Clinic is part of our commitment to keeping the community safe and helping pet owners obey the law,” says Butler.

S.P.O.T., which stands for Stop Pet Overpopulation Today, is the main mobile operation of Louisville Metro Animal Services. It provides veterinary services for the neighborhood that include not only licensing but vaccinations.

“If you are unable to get your pet taken care of during the week, this is an easy way to get the job done,” says Johnson. “LMAS will also be able to answer any questions if you are unsure about what your pet needs to have done.”

Councilwoman Butler is offering a $5 off for District 15 residents on rabies shots. The coupons are on a first come first serve basis. You can call 574-1115 to request a coupon which is limited to the first 50 calls from District 15. There is a limit of two coupons per household.

The clinic will get under way from 10:00am to 2:00pm at Wyandotte Park, 1010 Beecher Street.

For more information about the S.P.O.T. Clinic, call Councilwoman Butler’s office at 574-1115 or Councilman Johnson’s office at 574-1121.

Marianne Butler (D) 15
Dan Johnson (D) 21