Future vet helps to attract spay and neuter clinic

June 2012
Eastern Door;6/1/2012, Vol. 21 Issue 21, p5
The article focuses on efforts of Montana Diabo a graduate of Vanier College's Animal Health Technology program who is coordinating in getting pet care services in Kahnawake Region in Quebec through help from her professor Dr. Amanda Glew.


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