Pike County mobile veterinarian Christi Ware completed another spay and neuter clinic for the Friends of Pike County Animals in January, fixing 22 animals Jan. 18. ***************Â©The Pike County Journal Reporter/pikecountygeorgia.com: This information may not be reprinted, broadcast or distributed electronically in any form or fashion without express consent. For reprint permission, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.***************’This is a great opportunity for people who need their pets fixed,’ said vet tech and nurse Nancy Hudgins. ‘I think most people like for Christi to work with their animals because they know her and because they’re right here in Pike County.’ The Pike County Mobile Pet Care bus recently got a paint job. It parks at Pike Depot each month to hold spay and neuter clinics. Christi and her husband vet tech Stoney Ware plan to offer wellness checks at convenient locations across the county this year. ’We’ll travel to Concord and some of Pike’s other small cities so anyone whose pet needs to see the vet can come to us,’ said veterinarian Christi Ware. ‘We’ll offer dental cleanings and other minor surgery as well as preventative care and care of minor medical problems such as ear infections or allergies. We also do house calls.’For information go to pikecountymobilepetcare.com and read the Journal Reporter for upcoming locations of the mobile clinic.
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