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PETS Clinic of Lubbock receives grant to provide vet services to low-income individuals

PETS Clinic of Lubbock has received an $18,000 grant from the Community Foundation of West Texas to fund services for the pets of homeless and low-income individuals in Lubbock and surrounding areas, according to a news release from the clinic.

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PETS Clinic of Lubbock is a nonprofit organization serving Lubbock in assisting families and their pets with low cost spay, neuter and wellness services. To date, PETS Clinic has spayed and neutered more than 4,500 dogs and cats and has provided more than 6,200 dogs and cats with wellness services, such as vaccines, heartworm prevention, flea and tick prevention, microchips, deworming, and free nail trims.

With the grant from the Community Foundation of West Texas we can provide discounted rabies vaccines, distemper/parvo vaccines, and microchips to low-income individuals with pets and free services to individuals who are homeless with pets in Lubbock and surrounding areas, the release states .

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