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Photos of the Spring 2016 Low-cost Microchip Clinic

Photos of the Spring 2016 Low-cost Microchip Clinic

On April 23, LAWS held a low-cost microchip clinic at which 36 dogs and 15 cats received the best assurance of getting back home if they stray. We are most grateful to the University of Wyoming for use of the Animal Sciences/Microbiology building, and to the UW Pre-Vet Club and Gem City Veterinary Services for ensuring that the event went smoothly. Highlights of the Spring 2016 Low-cost Microchip Clinic have been captured below:

Well, how bad can it be if peanut butter is involved?

Well, how bad can it be if peanut butter is involved?

 

There, there; it won't hurt a bit!

There, there; it won’t hurt a bit!

 

See? We're all just friends here!

See? We’re all just friends here!

 

Two more (or less?) eager customers

Two more (or less?) eager customers

 

Aieee!—oh, it's over. Where's the peanut butter?

Aieee!—oh, it’s over. Where’s the peanut butter?

 

Our wonderful volunteers: Morgan Patterson, Sheilahy Greist, Mariah Crowe, Addison Pitcher, Bookley Schanber, Emily Violini and Arianna Ruble, with Gem City Veterinary Services vet tech Haley Orpet—Thanks everyone!!!

Our wonderful volunteers: Morgan Patterson, Sheilahy Greist, Mariah Crowe, Addison Pitcher, Bookley Schanber, Emily Violini and Arianna Ruble, with Gem City Veterinary Services vet tech Haley Orpet—Thanks everyone!!!

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