The day will help to avoid the overpopulation of animals, diseases such as zoonosis, scabies, tick infestation, feces in public roads, highlighted authorities of the Health sector
Rosario, Sinaloa.- With the purpose of avoiding an overpopulation of dogs and cats in the streets of the municipality, this Saturday began the massive sterilization campaign completely free, in charge of this municipality of Rosario in conjunction with the Ministry of Health and Huellitas with Cause AC
From an early hour, dozens of citizens gathered with their pets at the Cobaes facilities, where a classroom was adapted to function as an operating room and proceeded to perform operations on dogs and cats, in a period not exceeding 25 minutes, there spoke the mayor Manuel Antonio Pineda Domínguez, about the importance of this campaign.
“And we are going to be programming and announcing in advance the days that we are going to do in the syndicates, in the police stations completely free, and that the veterinarian that we have that is paid by the City Council, accredited the exam”.
For its part, the president of the Huellitas con Causa Association, Brenda González, acknowledged the City Council’s effort to carry out this campaign permanently, the most important being the contribution to public health of the inhabitants; avoiding the overpopulation of animals, diseases such as zoonosis, scabies, tick infestation, feces on public roads, among others.
“That the sterilization of their dogs and cats, not only for the benefit of the health of their animals because they avoid contracting venereal diseases, tumors, lengthens the life expectancy of their animals.”
The mayor of Rosario congratulated veterinarian Juan Delgado, who is working for this municipal government, and was accredited to perform this new sterilization practice that is less aggressive, with rapid recovery, less risk of infection and less pain for pets.
At least in the first hours of this campaign, the director of Ecology, Pedro Zambrano, reported that they had a registry of 100 animals to be operated.
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