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Pattaya offering free pet vaccinations, sterilizations this week

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PATTAYA:--Pattaya offered free pet vaccinations and sterilizations on the Arunothai Community.


Officers from the Disease Control Department were greeted by neighborhood President Amnuay Muangthong May 8.

Shots offered included protection against rabies and ticks, as well as birth control and sterilization.

 

Veterinarians urged residents to keep plenty of water available for their pets during the hot weather and even bathe dogs and cats to keep their temperatures down. Outside animals also should have a shady place to hide from the sun, they said.

 

The next mobile services will be on May 10 in the Arunothai Community, May 13 and 15 at Central Pattaya Community, and on May 17 and 22 at Khao Noi Community.

 

-- PATTAYA MAIL 2019-05-10--

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2 minutes ago, fishtank said:

Free! Most Thais will take their kids along as well.

I sometimes answer surveys about "Do you have a pet?" I generally reply to the question "Cat, Dog Other?" as "Other - Thai boyfriend"

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Does anybody know the location in Central Pattaya Community or Khao Noi Community ?

I have 5 kittens.

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1 minute ago, Justgrazing said:

 

Sorry if I was getting my pussy shaved before snipping the tubes I'd want somewhere a bit more hygienic than that ..

Are you talking about felines, or what?

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I also would like to know where these places are at? Seems like these services are offered every now ant then, but never give an accurate address.

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1 hour ago, ThaiBunny said:

I sometimes answer surveys about "Do you have a pet?" I generally reply to the question "Cat, Dog Other?" as "Other - Thai boyfriend"

Is he being sterilised?? Hopefully tick free??

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Wonder how they are sterilising the instruments they are using.

 

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23 minutes ago, RJRS1301 said:

Wonder how they are sterilising the instruments they are using.

 

they use set of tools in sterile bags from pharmacy or some company and of course sterile gloves.

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15 minutes ago, david555 said:

Now for once the Thai officials  have a good intention , still there must be the so wise (?) farang's nasty comments …., sorry guy's the free lobotomy for you not yet available … :whistling:

Don't doubt their intentions but you gotta have standards offering this and with the greatest respect to them that pic' does not suggest the most hygienic of environments to be doing surgery like this .. 

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7 minutes ago, erymax said:

they use set of tools in sterile bags from pharmacy or some company and of course sterile gloves.

Have to have heck of a lot of sets of instruments in that case, 

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