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    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.

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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

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

November 05, 2016 12:00 AM

UPDATED November 05, 2016 04:46 PM

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