Just steps from where Elizabeth Degen sleeps along the river each night, her dog Mamas and more than a dozen other pets whose owners are homeless or have very low incomes received free veterinary workups, treatment for ear mites and other minor ailments, vaccinations and identification chips from a pilot program within the nonprofit Elica Health organization’s “Wellness Without Walls” program. Hector Amezcua The Sacramento Bee
Just steps from where Elizabeth Degen sleeps along the river each night, her dog Mamas and more than a dozen other pets whose owners are homeless or have very low incomes received free veterinary workups, treatment for ear mites and other minor ailments, vaccinations and identification chips from a pilot program within the nonprofit Elica Health organization’s “Wellness Without Walls” program. Hector Amezcua The Sacramento Bee

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November 05, 2016 12:00 AM

Homeless woman’s dog is ‘my everything’; she welcomes free veterinary care

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