WXYZ - The Michigan Humane Society continues to help "Keep Families Together" during difficult economic times through its Protect-A-Pet clinics.
The 22nd annual series provides health dogs and cats, ages 6 weeks or older with $3.00 vaccinations and microchipping for $10.00 per pet.
To qualify, pet owners must present proof of low income, with any one of six qualifying documents, including unemployment compensation, an SOM Medicaid of Medical Assistance card, Family Independence Program, Social Security Disability, Food Stamps/Bridge Card, or WIC.
All of the clinics are held on Saturdays, from 10 am to 2 pm.
Here is a list of the dates and locations in Detroit: May 12th at Clark Park, June 2nd at Balduck Park, June 23rd at Palmer Park, and July 14th at Stoepel #1 Park.
Need more information? Contact the Michigan Humane Society at 1-866-MHUMANE or visit www.michiganhumane.org.
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