Sunday, August 06, 2006

It's the Rover Mobile!

It's been awhile since I've spotted the Oscar Meyer WeinerMobile, but I did see the Nashville Humane Association's Rover Mobile at 100 Oaks Mall -

ROVER is a bright yellow 32-foot-long mobile vet clinic providing animal care services to the furry residents of Davidson County. ROVER is staffed by local veterinarians and two licensed veterinary technicians who coordinate ROVER's appointments. ROVER will provide veterinary surgical spay or neuter procedures, as well as other services to the pets of qualifying individual free of charge.

By the way, In honor of National Homeless Animal Day, you can have your pet microchipped at Nashville Humane Association.
August 19, 2006
Cost is $20.00 including registration
213 Oceola Avenue in West Nashville 37205
(615) 352-1010

Answers to some common questions:
The microchip is smaller than a grain of rice.
It is just like getting a shot and does not hurt your pet.
The chip is inserted between the shoulder blades.
It is administered by a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine.
No appointment necessary.

Without a voice, without a tag, he may never find his way home.....

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