The civil association Spay & Educa presiding Alejandro Garcia invites the community of this beach destination to take their pets to the first campaign of free sterilization of year that starts this weekend by the experienced zootechnician Ruben Rocha.
Will be handled by order of arrival, from 9:30 hours and expect to perform a 35 interventions each day. The goal is to sterilize over 400 pets and homeless.
The organization recommends that adults who carried the dog, with her leash and in complete fasting, that is to say, from the previous night should not be fed any food or water. Another important aspect to take into account is that the owners should wait for the animals to have woken up from the anesthesia, for security reasons, said the specialist.
Also it is not prudent to operate to the females when they are in heat, it has to be before, but if you are breastfeeding there is no problem.
Surgery to canines and felines shall be made at the offices of the association and in some delegations of the municipalities of Santa María Colotepec and the Santa Maria Tonameca.
From Saturday 18 to Monday 20 attended at the premises of Spay & Educates, located in the street Right Savior without number, colonia Brisas de Zicatela, La Punta.
Wednesday 22 in the delegation of the colony Sailor, and Thursday, 23 on the delegation of Zapotal, Window, municipality of Tonameca.
Saturday 25 to Monday 27 and will attend again in Spay & Educates, in the colonia Brisas de Zicatela, La Punta; to finish with two dates in march: 1st Wednesday, on the way to “the bomb” and the Thursday, 2, at the facilities of the organization.
Cats and dogs are allowed to operate from three or four months, at an early age the recovery is faster and the benefits are many, both social, public health and quality of life of pets in buenos aires.
In its annual report for the year 2016, the association said it conducted a total of 911 surgical sterilization for canine and feline; 86 sessions of chemotherapy; 96 animals rescued and put up for adoption.
Will be handled by order of arrival, starting from 9:30 hours and expect to perform a 35 interventions each day. The goal is to sterilize over 400 pets and homeless.