Volusia County Animal Services held a drive-thru free dog and cat food and microchipping event Aug. 9 to lend a helping hand to pet owners during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Lines of cars formed up to gather the free supplies and hand their somewhat startled pets to animal services volunteers, who whisked them away for a quick microchip insertion before returning them to their owners.
The microchips act as quick identification for any lost pets, and are linked to the owners name, address, and contact information.
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In this publication, we mistakenly stated when voters will vote on the Seat 2 race for the Volusia Soil and Water Conservation District Board. The race will be in the general election held on Tuesday, Nov. 3, not in the primary election of Tuesday, Aug. 18.
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