We care about our pets and their well-being, so we protect them in order to ensure they have healthy and happy lives. You will soon be able to do so at significantly reduced prices. Anna Chrisman from the Michigan Humane Society met with hosts Tati Amare and Jason Carr to elaborate on the subject.

Vaccine making to a dogThe Michigan Humane Society organizes a series of Protect-A-Pet vaccine clinics each year with the aim of helping people vaccinate pets. The price of those vaccines can be as low as $5. The Society will also offer the service of microchipping on the website for your pet. Pets can get vaccinated at the age of six weeks for the first time, and by the time they are four months old, they can be vaccinated further. The next clinic is scheduled for Sunday, June 9, 11 a.m. through 2 p.m. at Clark Park in the city of Detroit. Since the supplies are limited, Chrisman advises you to come as early as possible.

She brought a lovely pet in need of a home, Cuban, with her to the meeting. Cuban is a five-month-old female pit bull mix perfect for a dynamic environment. Mike Morse and the Mike Morse Law Firm are willing to pay all the fees during the process of adoption for a person or a family that adopts this dog.

You can gather further information regarding the clinics and pets you can adopt at michiganhumane.org.

In order to inform yourself about the Mike Morse Law Firm, call 855-MIKE-WINS or visit 855mikewins.com.

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