Division of Community Development will seek public input on plans to decentralize Local Government Support Centers.
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The 2014 Mobile Veterinary Unit is requesting for resolutions from chapter communities for spay and neuter services to be delivered to the pets within the community. The iniative is to decrease the roaming dog population. It has been proven that the roaming dogs have the capacity to transport ticks to different areas. During our 2012, testing of reservation dogs proved that the bacteria that causes Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever has been found within our agency dog populations. Attached is our final report from the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention on our Epi-Aid study conducted with the CDC.
Please see the following sample resolution for your chapter: