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Free Pet Wellness Clinic a Howling, Meowing Success at Alhambra Police Department – ​​Pasadena Star News

  • Delilah looks on as she receives a checkup from a veterinarian during the free pet vaccination and welfare clinic on Sunday at the Alhambra Police Department. (Photo by Andy Holzman, Contributing Photographer)

  • Alhambra Police Officer Llamas poses for a photo with Jacob and Jasmine Chu during the free pet vaccination and welfare clinic on Sunday at the Alhambra Police Department. (Photo by Andy Holzman, Contributing Photographer)

  • Dr. I-Shun Chen inspects Tank during the free pet vaccination and welfare clinic on Sunday at the Alhambra Police Department. (Photo by Andy Holzman, Contributing Photographer)

  • Dr. Rebecca Rosenberg examines Rosie as owner Vanessa Rose looks on during a free pet vaccination and wellness clinic on Sunday at the Alhambra Police Department. (Photo by Andy Holzman, Contributing Photographer)

  • Delilah receives a dental checkup during the free pet vaccination and welfare clinic on Sunday at the Alhambra Police Department. (Photo by Andy Holzman, Contributing Photographer)

  • Lola the pug waits to be examined by a veterinarian during the free pet vaccination and welfare clinic on Sunday at the Alhambra Police Department. (Photo by Andy Holzman, Contributing Photographer)

  • Mel the cat waits to be vaccinated during the free pet vaccination and welfare clinic on Sunday at the Alhambra Police Department. (Photo by Andy Holzman, Contributing Photographer)

  • Chihuahuas wait to be vaccinated during the free vaccination and pet welfare clinic on Sunday at the Alhambra Police Department. (Photo by Andy Holzman, Contributing Photographer)

Sunday was a welfare day for dogs and cats at the Alhambra Police Department, which held a free clinic for them on the department’s lawn and parking lot.

Veterinary exams, flea medication, vaccines, microchips, pet food and dewormers were available.

Owners of these pets were also treated to a demonstration of K9-Otis and there were booths from local businesses.

Registration for free services was made through LA County Animal Care and Control.

The event took place between 8 a.m. and noon.