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  • April 14 Pet Love Drive

    April 14 Pet Love Drive

    10:00 -12:00
    04-14-2018

    81 W Guadalupe Rd, Gilbert, AZ 85233, United States

    81 W Guadalupe Rd, Gilbert, AZ 85233, United States

    Food. Treats. Toys & More!
    Donate Supply Items to Support Pets In Need.

    For the entire month of April, donate new or used supplies to the Pet Love Drive, hosted by AZ Pet Stylists benefiting pets and families assisted by the Nagi Foundation.

    Items Needed:

    • Harnesses
    • Durable leashes & collars
    • Dog booties or paw balm (for warm summer months)
    • Carriers (Cardboard & plastic)
    • Crates
    • Cooling beds
    • Topical flea & tick medication
    • Bedding
    • Food
    • Gift cards

    On Saturday, April 14, join us for a special event at East Valley Animal Hospital located at 81 W Guadalupe Rd, Suite 105 Gilbert, AZ 85233.

    Drop off donations between from 10 am to noon, and be entered to win a gift certificate to be trained in Pet CPR and First Aid among other prizes!

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  • April 28 FREE spay / neuter and vaccine clinic for both dogs and cats

    April 28 FREE spay / neuter and vaccine clinic for both dogs and cats

    07:00 -17:00
    04-28-2018

    11561 East Indian School Road, Scottsdale, AZ, United States

    11561 East Indian School Road, Scottsdale, AZ, United States

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    Service is limited and is “first come-first served.” Intake will begin at 7am sharp and will be closed once we reach capacity. Please be aware that the line may form early, sometimes well before intake time.

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WHY OUR WORK MATTERS

According to study by the ASPCA Professional published in PLOS ONE 2014, 70% of the animal population needs to be sterilized at all times to actually be able to see a decrease in population. This means you can alter 15-20% of animals every 6 months if no new animals enter your population. But in reality, nearly all populations of dogs and cats have a few new animals that come in. Native American communities, in particular, have a higher amount of animal dumped or abandoned due to the rural demographics.