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De-sexing drive well supported

Saturday 29 September 2018 | Published in Local

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De-sexing drive well supported
Lisa is in good hands with Te Are Manu volunteer vet Sophie Damerow, from Germany, working for Te Are Manu and vet Pooja Dorle who is working on the desexing programme, as she awaits her operation. She was one of about 10 dogs de-sexed on Wednesday, keeping the programme right on target. 18092602

Cook Islands Tourism director of destination development Metua Vaiimene says tourism is right behind the de-sexing programme taking place at Te Are Manu.

Cook Islands Tourism director of destination development Metua Vaiimene says tourism is right behind the de-sexing programme taking place at Te Are Manu.


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