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New farmers market offering pet licensing

November 29th, 2010 · No Comments · animals, Pets

In an effort to bring pet assistance closer to the community, Animal Care Services is now offering pet licensing, spay/neuter vouchers, and information about animal adoptions each week at the new Sunday farmers market. “We are looking for ways to make it easier for residents to register their cats and dogs”, says John Keisler, manager of Animal Care Services. “The Old McDonald’s Farmers Market is a perfect place to connect with residents and educate about responsible pet ownership.”
Residents will be able to pay for cat and dog licenses, submit rabies inoculation records, and provide proof of altering to get their pet licenses current.
The Old McDonald’s Farmers Market now takes place from 8:30am to 2pm every Sunday at the corner of Spring Street and Clark Avenue. Admission is free, and parking will be free at a nearby parking structure.

More Information
oldmcdonaldsfarmersmarkets.com
longbeach.gov/acs

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