28 February 2011

As a routine veterinarian protocol and in order to ensure population control of our newly arrived animals at VAFA Shelter, our good Dr. Abedi strives to continue to perform series of Spay/Neuter surgeries on newly arrived animals at the shelter.

While these operations save lives in many ways they keep our animals away from harms way. The latest of such needed operations was performed on more female dogs on Friday Feb 04, 2011.

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