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Stray Aid & Rescue
Dedicated to pet overpopulation
prevention in South Florida since 2003
(954) 816-0799
Stray Aid & Rescue



MARCH 30, 2018

PRESS RELEASE:


The spay/neuter clinic is now under the direction of our veterinarian, Dr. Solange Kraweicki and her non profit organization, Pet Population Control.

Go to www.petpopulationcontrol.com for more information and to schedule an appointment.

It has been our pleasure and an honor to serve our community since 2003, rescuing, rehabilitating and re-homing hundreds of dogs, cats and even a few rabbits and birds along with educating our public on pet care and options. Thank you for your support over the years. It has been an amazing journey! We have accomplished so much and have a lot to be proud of. We know that spaying and neutering thousands of dogs and cats each year since the opening of our spay/neuter clinic in July of 2009, has made a huge impact on pet population growth in South Florida. I am very grateful to my surgical team, to whom I could not have done it without their dedication and caring hands each and every day!

The torch as been passed and Dr. Kraweicki and PPC can continue with our legacy, the reason we started, a need for affordable, quality spay/neuter in our community. KEEP THE FIRE BURNING!

If you have a question for Stray Aid & Rescue, Inc. or Diane Fraser, you can email us at mail@strayaid.org or strayaid@hotmail.com OR text us at 954-816-0799. (Including obtaining records for surgeries provided by Stray Aid's - Spay/Neuter Clinic.)

Any questions related to the spay/neuter clinic, starting April, 1st, 2018 and its operation, appointments, pricing, schedule, etc. will need to be answered by PPC.

Thank you.

Sincerely,
Diane Fraser