The Quinualt Indian Nation played host to the Humane Society Veterinary Medical Association Rural Area Veterinary Services program this week in the Taholah Community Center, giving anyone from the area the opportunity to bring in their cats and dogs for free vaccinations, examinations, neutering, spaying and more complicated surgical prodcedures when necessary. The non-profit organzation consisted of veterinary surgeons, technicians and students from as far away as Scotland who travel the country and specialize in providing veterinary services in Native American reservations, where veterinary services are not as common, while educating both the communities and students within the organization about veterinary care.
Traveling love for our best friends
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