Altered Tails, a spay/neuter clinic at 7246 E. Main St. in Mesa, will unveil its Wheels For Animals Getting Spayed mobile at the Mesa business 9-11 a.m. Sunday, May 17.
The first 200 pet owners who make a donation from Altered Tails’ wish list that day will receive a certificate for a free surgery. Any dog or cat food or litter will be given to Chuck Waggin’ Pet Food Pantry.
The 501(c)3 organization’s mobile unit will offer pet owners who don’t have transportation the opportunity to have their pet picked up and dropped back off at home free of charge after getting spayed or neutered at Altered Tails Mesa Clinic. The mobile service will be available in a 30-minute driving radius. For more information, call 480-807-1200.
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