The David Toro Foundation, a 501c3, has secured the services of the Riverside County Department of Animal Services to provide a shot clinic at the City of Colton's 3rd annual Paws in the Park Event. This event was my idea 3 years ago, and our great city and Community Services department has done a fantastic job of putting it together every year.
I am seeking a sponsor or sponsors to help pay for the shot clinic. The current plan is to charge a low cost fee to residents to pay for the clinic, however, I would love to provide this clinic free of charge as well as pay for free licensing. The City of Colton licensing is down 325 licenses from last year. With the Help of Life Line for Paws and Take me Home, 116 pets have been spayed/neutered and microchipped. With your help, we can vaccinate, chip, license, and make sure 200 dogs get a chance to never wind up in the shelter. I will also have a photographer onsite taking pictures of pets to put on Finding Rover and providing a Free collar with their address or phone number written on the collar.
This event is to do everything possible to make sure pets have their shots, provided a microchip, and other means to help get them home, and never wind up in the shelter
The cost for the clinic is $2783.00, which will cover a limit of 200 Rabies, DA2PVV, microchips, and Bordatella. The cost for licensing is $9.00 for each altered dog.
People will show up if we can offer this for free, and with summer, the 4th of July and the season for breading, I want to be able to do everything I can to make sure less dogs are born, lost, and killed this year. Won't you help me make this a reality in Colton in 2017.
Your donation is tax deductible using our Tax ID 47-4198675