Pet Clinic on June 5 in Saguache
Town Offers Pet Vaccination, License
On Saturday, June 5, the Town of Saguache will be holding its annual Dog & Cat Pet Clinic from 9 a.m. to Noon. Dr. Annie Shultz, DVM will be on-site to administer vaccines with the fees outlined below. The Saguache Town Clerk will be issuing dog licenses for the 2021-2022 season. Current dog licenses expire June 30, 2021. If paying by check, be prepared to pay the veterinarian separately from the town. If paying with cash, please no bills larger than $20. Social distancing will be observed. Thank you. 2021 Price schedule listed below.
- Dogs: If you bark and wag, you need a tag!
- Distemper/parvo, 5 way combo $19.00
- Rabies $15.00
- Bordetella (Kennel Cough) $ 17.00
- PARVO/DISTEMPER/ $ 15.00
- Rattlesnake shot $20.00
- 2021-2022 Town Dog Licenses
- Dogs NOT altered Per Ordinance 2011-3 – $18
- Spayed or neutered dogs or Puppies – $7
- Distemper combination $15.00
- Rabies $14.00
- Distemper combination with leukemia $28.00
- Feline Distemper $15.00
The pet clinic will be held at the Saguache Town Hall Garage at 504 San Juan Avenue.
New Pavilion In The Works
Quilters Return with June 12 Show
They’re big. They’re beautiful. And they’re back!
The Saguache Sagebrush Quilters Show will return on Saturday, June 12 from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. This event will be on full display at the Saguache County Road and Bridge building at 3rd and Denver Streets. Readers may remember the beautiful display put on by the group of local craftspeople back in June 2019.
“Wow!” was exactly what most attendees said as they entered the Saguache County Road and Bridge Meeting Room which had been transformed into a first-class, artistic display of fabrics and patterns that immediately made attendees at the Saguache Sagebrush Quilters annual show feel warm and comforting.
The updated quilt frame displays were funded by a grant from the Saguache County Commissioners and are a fine example of tax dollars put towards good works, because these simple, yet sturdy frames turned the quilts into a magnificent art display!
The Saguache Sagebrush Quilters was founded in 2008 by Sara Fernandez. The group boasts a number of women with high-quality capabilities in the creation and construction of outstanding quilts. Among their projects are comfort quilts for those in need, quilts of valor for veterans, and their most recent project of tiny quilts for preschoolers in the area.