Local vet clinic helping to control the pet population

A local veterinary clinic is working to help control the pet population.

This week, Flanary Vet Clinic in Paducah is holding a Spay and Neuter-thon. 

They’re spaying or neutering 100 pre-chosen pets for free. All of the pets chosen are either rescue or foster pets looking for a forever home.

"In Western Kentucky, as well as many other places all over the United States, we all know the effects of pet overpopulation. So we are trying to make a little dent in western Kentucky’s efforts here today," said Lanita Flanary of Flanary Vet Clinic.

All month the veterinary clinic will also be offering spay and neuter procedures at a 10% discount.

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