Animal charity Wood Green providing dog MOTs

11:45 07 January 2014

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A Cambridgeshire animal charity is giving dog owners the chance to keep their pets in good condition with an MOT.

Wood Green’s Godmanchester Centre is providing the service on January 21 from 3-7pm.

For £5, Wood Green will trim nails, check your dogs weight, clean ears and offer training and behaviour advice.

Low cost microchipping, flea and worming treatment will also be available.

For further information or to book your appointment, call 0844 248 8181 or email handson@woodgreen.org.uk

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