Celebrate Pets in the Community

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By Community Editor

Celebrate pets in the community on Friday, September 22nd 1PM-3PM in the CPD parking lot at 5660 West Madison. There will be free microchipping for dogs, provided the Animal Care League ($40 Value).  A microchip could be the difference between lost and found.  Keep your dog safe.

Plus there will also be free wellness exam ceritificates provided by Oak Park Animal Hosital, a raffle, pet food give-aways, pet health information, prizes, and free ID tags.  You can take a selfie with an animal control officer and the ACL Mascot.

Raffle tickets will be $2 each or 3 for $5.  All proceeds will benefit homeless animals.

All dogs must be on a leash.  Cat pet parents welcome, but please leave your cats safe at home.

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