Last weekend, while everyone was at a movie theater seeing the movie Straight Outta Compton, we were in Compton, at the same park that the young Venus and Serena Williams practiced playing tennis, East Rancho Dominguez Park. Despite triple digit heat, we had a great day A total of 35 more Compton community dogs were spayed/neutered and vaccinated
Our clinics are always free for the families who come out to get their dogs fixed. We accept family pets that live in Compton, Paramount, Lynwood, Maywood, Bell, Bell Gardens, South Gate, Willowbrook, Watts and parts of South LA. In addition to the free surgeries and vaccinations, lots of dogs received a free pet ID tag
Volunteer Luz Ramirez created free tags on our table top tag machine, thanks to all of you who donated to help us buy this machine To date, we have made more than 450 ID tags for dogs living in the communities that we serve.
Hundreds of pounds of dog food was passed out, dog toys, collar and leashes, supplies that families need to keep their dogs healthy and safe. We want to thank the Amanda Foundation mobile clinic team for being our medical team at the clinic. We also want to say a BIG thank you to Amanda President Teri Austin for taking three dogs that community members could not keep and were planning on taking to the Downey Shelter. The relief they expressed, knowing that their dogs would not go to the shelter made them so happy. Our next clinic will be in late September.