Looking to add a furry family member this Mother’s Day? Check the Central California SPCA

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In honor of Mother’s Day, the Central California SPCA will be lowering adoption rates for dogs who need homes.

The deal is going on Friday through Mother’s Day at the adoption center and all off-site locations.

Long-term dogs (at CCSPCA for 30 days or more) are $80, dogs older than 6 years are $120, and puppies 6 years and younger are $140.

Each adoption includes a spay or neuter, Fresno city dog license (if applicable), vaccinations (DHPP, Rabies, and Bordetella), single dose of de-wormer for roundworms single topical dose of flea/tick preventative, free vet exam from participating veterinary clinics, and microchip (free registration with email address).

The public can view adoptable dogs and cats online at ccspca.com, on Facebook and Instagram, or at our adoption center located at 103 S. Hughes Ave, Fresno CA 93706. CCSPCA is open 7 days a week from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., and 6 p.m. on Wednesdays.

You may contact the CCSPCA’s Adoption Center for any questions via phone at 559-233-7722 or email adoptions@ccspca.com.

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