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Metro Animal Shelter offers pre-registered microchips for only $20.  Just bring your dog or cat in during bu you!  Even a $5 tag will help get a lost pet home quickly.


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Support your local shelters! Here are some ways to show shelters you care this week and throughout the year

Adopt a Best Friend. Animals make great companions, but having a pet is a big responsibility and it involves a lifelong commitment.

Take a Tour. Never been inside an animal shelter? Take an hour or two out of your day to stop by your local shelter during public hours and see firsthand how things work. If you’d like to become more involved, find out how you can become a volunteer.

Keep on Giving. Many animal shelters struggle financially so every penny helps. Donating to your local shelter is as simple as writing a check and dropping it in the mail or picking up an item on the shelter’s wish list during your next shopping trip.

Connect with Kids. Help children learn about the importance of being kind to animals.

Be Committed. Being a responsible and caring pet guardian not only requires food and water but It’s also essential that your pet has current identification tags and is properly confined or supervised while outdoors. Keep your pet healthy and up-to-date on all vaccinations by visiting the veterinarian regularly and give your pet lots of love and attention.

Spread the Word. Does the community that your local shelter serves understand and appreciate the shelter’s dedication to animals? Tell your friends, family, co-workers and neighbors about the importance of supporting animal shelters and their staff.

Do Your Part. Spaying or neutering your pet is one of the most important things you can to reduce the number of homeless pets in your community. Jennifer Thompson of Dayton, Maryland, helped to ease her local shelter’s burden by offering to have a barn cat spayed at her expense. “Spaying and neutering your pet is important because it helps keep the animal population down. Our shelters are already overcrowded with unwanted pets.” Learn more about why spaying/neutering is important and how you can find affordable options.

Thank you for visiting Metro today and supporting our local homeless animals!