November 24, 2014

Good turnout for low-cost animal clinic

Charlie Troutner
Special to The Gardner News
Several residents brought their dogs and cats to the city of Edgerton’s annual low-cost vaccine clinic, held in downtown Edgerton on March 29.
Edgerton Code Enforcement Officer Charlie Lydon, who was in charge of the event, was pleased with the turnout and said that more than 200 animals, mostly dogs, were treated at the clinic. Lydon said most people were getting their pets vaccinated for rabies and distemper, and also purchasing city licenses for their pets. Lydon was assisted at the event by members of the city staff and a local veterinarian.
All dogs and cats were required to have been registered with the city of Edgerton by March 31.

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