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GAIN secures free animal control training

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by Joan Aguon Charfauros

Guam - Guam Animals In Need is collaborating with the World Society for the Protection of Animals and the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals to provide free training in animal control. According to a press release, people can go to their mayor's office and pick up a coupon that offers sterilization for free if they are on any type of government assistance and $25 for all other residents.

Because GAIN's education and sterilization programs have been so successful, WSPA is subsidizing the entire cost of improving enforcement. RSPCA will evaluate the island's current procedures regarding animal control and offer recommendations. In addition, provide training to those tasked with carrying out enforcement such as gpd, mayors, and gain employees/volunteers at no cost to taxpayers.

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