The Beniel City Council and the Illustrious College of Veterinarians of the Region of Murcia establish a collaboration and cooperation agreement, with the common objective of continuing to develop animal welfare policies in the municipality.
Yesterday the mayor of Beniel, Mª Carmen Morales, and the president of the Official College of Veterinarians, María Teresa López, signed the document that establishes the new coordination framework between both administrations. In this way, the Consistory reinforces its commitment to animal health, at the same time that it intensifies awareness-raising and sensitization initiatives.
The agreement additionally establishes the immediate implementation of a campaign to promote identification between dosmetic animals, dogs, cats and ferrets. During the months of November and December, the City Council will subsidize part of the cost to owners of dogs, cats and ferrets registered in the municipality who implant identification microchips in their pets, favoring animal welfare.
This condition must be accredited by the valid DNI or a certificate of registration.
The maximum number of grants is limited to a total of 150. The animal identification system allows, among other aspects, that lost pets can more easily find their owners.
Three veterinary centers whose professionals are registered will participate in the campaigns.
Request more information:San Bartolomé Veterinary Clinic (Beniel) Zeneta Veterinary Center Rico Veterinary Center (El Raal) We inform that assistance to health centers, in this case veterinary care, is included in the law as one of the justified reasons for being able to leave the municipality, within the framework of perimeter confinement measures.Carolina Carrillo, head of the area council, Luisa Medina, vice president of the entity, as well as the professionals attached to the action, also participated in the signing of the agreement.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Beniel