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Over 75 pets cared for in clinic partnered with Oregon Humane Society and Warm Springs Fire

COURTESY OREGON HUMANE SOCIETY - Sam Lee, a staff member of the Oregon Humane Society, worked at the clinic in Warm Springs. Above, she snuggles one of the dogs that was surrendered to the Oregon Humane Society, who is now adoptable on their website.

The Oregon Humane Society veterinary care team and Fences for Fido, a non-profit that builds enclosure for pets, partnered with Warm Springs Fire and Safety to host a wellness and vaccine clinic in Warm Springs on June 11.

The clinic allowed people to come and receive medical care, vaccines, food and more for their pets. The clinic cared for over 100 dogs and cats, providing vaccines, wellness exams and more. The Oregon Humane Society also took 18 surrenders of puppies and kittens. Additionally, Fences for Fido distributed 6,500 pounds of food to residents.

"To be invited on the reservation to work with the community is sincerely a tribute to the staff members and volunteers who made this possible," said Oregon Humane Society staff member Sam Lee.

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