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Reimbursable vouchers available for Summit County pet owners

Daily News staff report

Summit County Animal Control and Shelter is excited to announce that it is the recipient of a donation from Michael McDonald, an employee of Climax Mine, and Freeport McMoran Foundation’s employee/employer matching charitable contribution program.

This donation enables us to provide a limited amount of $75 reimbursable vouchers to pet owners who live or work in Summit County. Summit County Animal Control will reimburse up to $75 for veterinary care (except spay/neuter) or pet-training expenses from any veterinarian or pet trainer. Our intent is to give back to our pet-owning community and promote responsible pet care and ownership. Many thanks go out to McDonald and the foundation for continuing to support pet well-being in Summit County.

> Live or work in Summit County

> Obtain a reimbursement voucher from Summit County Animal Control and Shelter.

> Pay for veterinarian care (all services except spay or neuter surgery) or pet training services occurring between Sept. 1 and Dec. 31.

> Submit completed reimbursement voucher and receipt for services to Summit County Animal Control by Jan. 15, 2013.

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> Only one voucher permitted per family.

The pet owner will then be reimbursed for up to $75 of their bill. Vouchers can be obtained at Summit County Animal Shelter at 0058 Nancy’s Place, Frisco.