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Dogs have their day at West End Community Primary School

John Freeman
Local dog owners and their pets are being invited to a special event this month to get their dogs trained, microchipped and neutered free of charge.

Lancaster City Council's Dog Roadshow takes place on Wednesday 26th October at West End Primary School, Westminster Road, Morecambe.

Everyone is welcome to come along with your dog and meet expert trainers from the Lune Valley Dog Training Club, staff from the RSPCA and city council dog wardens.

Throughout the day the Lune Valley Dog Training Club will be holding free dog training and offering advice on dog behaviour.

The RSPCA will be handing out vouchers for free neutering to any dog owner in receipt of benefits.

There is also an opportunity to get your dog microchipped or ID tagged on the day, free of charge.

The roadshow is open from 10am to 12pm and 1pm to 3pm. Admission is free.  Children must be accompanied by an adult.

For more information contact Mark Woodhead at Lancaster City Council on 01524 582744.