Free medical care for community pets

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Marbpradu pets are given free medical care during the recent Public Health mobile veterinarian clinic.
Marbpradu pets are given free medical care during the recent Public Health mobile veterinarian clinic.

Marbpradu pets were given free veterinary care during a recent Public Health outreach clinic.

The mobile unit from the Disease Control Section of Pattaya City Public Health Office set up a veterinarian clinic at the Marbpradu community in Khao Talo Soi 3 May 30, where they gave rabies vaccines, anti-flea treatment, birth control injections, spaying and other medical treatment free of charge to a variety of pets and animals residing in the area.

Pet owners were also given advice on how to care for their loved ones especially as it is now the hot and rainy season and the animals need special attention. Advice included giving pets plenty of water to drink to lower their body temperatures, and ensuring that they have a shady spot to lie and to bathe them at least once a week.

These mobile units are providing regular veterinary services in the communities around Pattaya, free of charge. For more information, please call 038-25 3259 or Pattaya city call center 1337.