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Campaign to desex 800 dogs

Friday 24 August 2018 | Published in Local

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Campaign to desex 800 dogs
Some of the group involved in the pilot desexing programme taking place over the next four months. From back left: SPCA country manager Tony Jamieson, Lester, Bella, National Care vets founder Dr Keith Houston. Front: NZ vet technician Brydie Chapman, veterinary surgeon Pooja Dorle from India with eight-week-old pup Star, who is waiting to be adopted, and French SPCA volunteer Gaelle Pion. 18082114

A pilot programme for the Pacific is being launched in the Cook Islands with the aim of desexing at least 800 dogs.

A pilot programme for the Pacific is being launched in the Cook Islands with the aim of desexing at least 800 dogs.


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