The municipality of Naucalpan has opened the first public veterinary hospital in Mexico, where they estimate to treat an average of 250 animals a day.

The hospital has an animal control centre, three clinics, pharmacy, lab, surgery room, recovery area where certificate staff will provide free services including consultation, vaccination, surgery and emergency.

The hospital plans to give in the short run 5000 free services a month, all entirely supported and financed by the Government.

“I had the opportunity to hear the experiences people had and this hospital was already a pressing need to give all those who truly care about their pets a hospital that provides quality care for the animals, because nowadays they are not just pets but another member of the family,” said Mayor.

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