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Second Chance Animal Rescue
Wednesday, July 25, 2012 • Posted July 25, 2012

SECOND CHANCE-Mason Animal Rescue wants to remind you about the raffle of a FREE neuter or spay for a cat and a FREE neuter or spay for a dog. Forms to enter can be found at Mason Feed Store. The drawing will be held August 10th and the owners of the lucky winners will be contacted by phone.

The health benefits of neutering and spaying your pet are many. Your female pet will live a longer, healthier life. Spaying helps prevent uterine infections and breast cancer. Neutering your male pet helps prevent testicular cancer. Your male will be much better behaved and his attention will be focused on his human family. Spaying or neutering DOES NOT MAKE YOUR PET FAT. Lack of exercise and overfeeding do, of course, contribute to obesity in any animal. Your spayed or neutered pet will remain fit and trim as long as he/she gets plenty of exercise.

Stop by Mason Feed Store, 111 Austin, and sign up today.

A big thank you to all who stopped by our booths at Round Up. The lemonade was delicious and the hot dogs were fantastic and well prepared thanks to Hilda Community Center and their grill. Our Organizational booth was very popular as well. Purchases were made, raffle tickets sold and, best of all, adoption applications were completed and there are several happy new dogs about to get a forever home.

We also want to thank our wonderful community of Mason for their unwavering support of Second Chance. Every where we go we are encouraged and so thankful for the response from each of you.

Our Pet of The Week is Daisy!

Daisy is a female Chihuahua Mix who is about 1 year old. She gets along well with other dogs, and loves to cuddle. Perfect lap dog! If you are interested in adopting Daisy please contact Casey Clevenger at 347-4521, or email us at scmaradoptions@gmail.com.

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