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From: Ellen Rogalin, Community Relations Specialist, Clackamas County Transportation & Development, 503-742-4274 01-13-15

Clackamas County

Media and Interested Parties

New Dog Services programs offer low-cost dog licensing, spay/neuter and vaccination services for Clackamas County residents

Clackamas County dog owners have additional low-cost opportunities to license, vaccinate, spay/neuter, and microchip their pets beginning in January, thanks to new programs being offered through Clackamas County Dog Services and the Clackamas Dogs Foundation.

Mobile Veterinary Service: Dog Services is partnering with Good Neighbor Vet to offer low-cost vaccine, exam and microchipping clinics every fourth Saturday from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. The services will be available at the County's Animal Adoption and Education Center at 13141 SE Highway 212 in Clackamas. Services include the following:

The first clinic is scheduled for Saturday, Jan. 24. Everyone is welcome; no advance appointments are needed.

Low-Cost Spay/Neuter Services: Low-income residents who qualify and purchase a dog license (if the dog is not already licensed) will be able to receive a coupon to have their dog(s) receive no-cost spay/neuter services and a rabies vaccine at one of five participating veterinary clinics. Funding for the program is provided through the Clackamas Dogs Foundation. Interested dog owners in Clackamas County are invited to contact Clackamas Dogs Foundation at 503-722-6729 to learn more.

The participating veterinary clinics are South Clackamas Veterinary Services (Molalla), Damascus Veterinary Clinic, Oregon City Veterinary Clinic, Clackamas County Veterinary Clinic (Oregon City) and Oregon Friends of Shelter Animals (Beaverton).

More information about Clackamas County Dog Services is available at or or by calling 503-655-8628.

For more information, contact Tamara Moxon at 503-650-3198 or


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