LAKE ELSINORE – Riverside County Animal Services’ mobile spay and neuter bus is rolling out again to Lakeland Village near Lake Elsinore and appointment spots are still available for the free pet surgeries.
The bus will be parked, Dec. 6, at Perret Park, 32929 Perret Blvd., just off Grand Boulevard between Blackwell and Baldwin boulevards. This visit will also include a vaccinations clinic, 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Please note that the outreach is only available for residents of Lake Elsinore and Lakeland Village.
Surgery appointments will be filled as the requests are made with Craig Wellmerling at (951) 358-7335 between 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday.
Spanish speakers can call Dalia Santillan at (951) 358-7294 between 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Friday.
Dog owners’ pets must not weigh more than 50 pounds.
The mobile spay and neuter bus, nicknamed “The Answer on Wheels,” recently received some necessary repairs thanks to donated funding by the Animal Solutions Konnection Foundation. The ASK Foundation provided $8,000 to help repair a water tank that is vital to the operations of the mobile clinic.
“We want to express our extreme gratitude to the ASK Foundation for helping us get the bus back to its high level of service and for helping us provide these valuable resources to our communities,” Dr. Allan Drusys, the county’s chief veterinarian, said. “These outreaches are extremely important in the overall mission to reduce pet overpopulation, so we’re very thankful for the funding assistance by the ASK Foundation.”