Downtown Dog Rescue, Amanda Foundation to Host Watts Dog Clinic

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On Saturday December 14th DDR and the Amanda Foundation are teaming up to do our annual Watts Dog Clinic at the Youth Opportunity Center in Watts. We are asking our volunteers and supporters to donated food items for the families who will bring their dogs to be spayed and neutered and their pets. Canned food such as soup, pasta, beans, rice and other non perishable foods will be gladly accepted the day of the event at the Youth Center located at 1513 East 103rd Street near Compton Blvd in Watts as early as 9:00 A.M. Volunteers will also be accepting all brands of dog food both canned and kibble.

Free-Clinic-FlyerEach year, the Amanda Foundation’s mobile clinic performs 50 free spay/neuter surgeries which includes free vaccinations for dog owners in Watts. All dogs must have an appointment and services. We are also grateful for the support from the Watts Project volunteers this year who will be organizing activities for the children who live in the community. Our goal is to offer a food basket for 100 families in need. Please be part of this special day by stopping by to donate your canned foods or donate online to support our work.
 
For more information, visit downtowndogrescue.org.