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Woodbury Veterinarian’s Kindest Cut Hits Milestone

The mobile clinic provides spay/neuter services to the pets of low- or fixed-income individuals and families.

Kindest Cut, a mobile pet clinic owned by Woodbury veterinarian Dr. Meghann Kruck, recently marked the 10,000th spay/neuter surgery since its founding last year year.

Kindest Cut provides spay/neuter services to the pets of low- or fixed-income individuals and families.

      Related: The First Cut is the Kindest

“Each pet we sterilize is part of the solution to animal overpopulation,” Kruck said in a release. “Every client who gets their pets spayed or neutered can consider themselves heroes as they are truly saving hundreds, if not thousands, of lives.”

Kindest Cut expects to eventually perform about 10,000 surgeries annually through the mobile clinic.

Meanwhile, there are plans to break ground on a brick-and-mortar clinic for Kindest Cut at Animal Humane Society’s Golden Valley location, once funding is secured through a “Bound for Home” initiative, the release says.

For more information, visit the Kindest Cut website.

 

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mary jensen September 25, 2012 at 01:57 AM
Can you verify why the Humane Society has a mobile RV also named the Kindest Cut doing the same thing. Is this not a trade infringement?

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