From today until Friday, the mobile veterinary operating room of the Animal Adaptation and Relocation Center (Cenara), which depends on the Municipality of San Miguel de Tucumán, will provide the free pet castration service on Calle Chile 905, in Villa Urquiza.

Shifts will be awarded on a first-come, first-served basis, starting Monday, until the weekly schedule is completed. They will be attended in two schedules: one in the morning, which begins at 8.30, and another in the evening, from 13.30. Neuter surgery will be performed on seven pets per shift.

On the other hand, the Municipality of the Capital will offer the free pet neutering service in different places in Amaicha del Valle. The addresses where the veterinary operating room will be installed will be informed in due course. Last week 80 pets from Tafí del Valle and El Mollar were operated on.

Neighbors are reminded that the animals must be older than six months and 12 hours of fasting from solid and liquid food before the castration intervention.

It is requested to wear a chinstrap and respect the distance.


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