Posted in San Diego Union Tribune
December 24, 2019
by Andrea Lopez-Villafaña
SAN DIEGO — Victor Gutierrez already has two pit bulls, and he doesn’t want any more puppies running around his Mira Mesa home. So he brought his 8-month-old, 65-pound pit bull Cali to the “Neuter Scooter,” a low-cost spaying and neutering mobile clinic that caters to low-income pet owners.
For $40, Gutierrez was able to get Cali spayed at a price he could afford. The black-and-white pooch also got a free nail trim, flea medication, e-collar, rabies vaccine and was sent home with pain medication. Continue reading article »