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Sonoma County animal control debuts mobile spay-and-neuter van

Tina Parra's surprise when her teenage son brought home a boxer turned into shock when the Windsor waitress contacted veterinary clinics to see about getting the puppy spayed.

"It was going to be $250. I couldn't afford it at the time," said Parra, a single mom.

For a mere $30, Sonoma County's new mobile spay and neuter clinic performed the same service Wednesday inside a van parked at the Western Farm Center in Santa Rosa.

"It's a huge help," Parra said.


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