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The pet store: Calendar of events

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Wellness Clinic: 10 a.m.-2 p.m. second Saturday, RCSPCA Building, 300 W. Bailey St., Asheboro. Wellness checkups, skin and ear checks, heartworm tests, pet weigh-ins, microchips, vaccines, preventative medicine. 704-288-8620 or [email protected]

Megan Blake Dog Training Classes: 4:30 p.m. Sunday, LeBauer Park, 200 N. Davie St., Greensboro. Ask questions, learn new canine behaviors. Registration recommended. www.greensborodowntownparks.org/post/group-dog-training.

Volunteer days: 10 a.m. Sunday, Carolina Veterinary and Adoption Assistance Group, 394 Cook Florist Road, Reidsville. Walk, brush and interact with pets. Gardeners are welcome to help out in the community garden. 336-394-4106 or www.cvaag.org.

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Adoption Fair: 12-3 p.m. Saturdays, PetSmart, 2641 Lawndale Drive, Greensboro. With Triad Independent Cat Rescue. Visit www.triadcat.org or email meowmire.yahoo.com.

Low Cost Rabies Clinic: noon-2 p.m. Third Saturday, Triad SPCA, 3163 Hines Chapel Road, Greensboro. www.triadspca.org.

Virtual Adoption Fair: 11am-3pm third Saturday. With Tailless Cat Rescue, the Triad SPCA, Helping Hands 4 Paws and other local cat adoption groups. The posts are from www.facebook.com/richard.partridge.332, but are tagged to appear on the individual rescues page. www.facebook.com/pg/taillesscarescue/community/.

Adoption Fair: 12-3 p.m. Saturday, PetSmart, 1206 Bridford Parkway, Greensboro. With Juliet’s House Animal Rescue. [email protected]

Cat adoptions: Sheets Pet Clinic, 809 Chimney Rock Court, Greensboro. $100 for a cat 6 months or older; $150 for two adoptees together in the same household, 6 months or more. $125 for each kitten, $200 for two kittens adopted at the same time. Fees include neutering, microchipping, feline leukemia and/or feline immunodeficiency virus testing, current and age-appropriate vaccinations, FeLV vaccinations for kittens, flea treatment and deworming. All adoptees receive an “exit exam” from a veterinarian before returning home. Every cat or kitten adopted by Sheets Pet Clinic receives half-price vaccinations for the rest of their life, if brought in for annual wellness checkups. Each cat gets one month free pet insurance. Also, adoption fairs, from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. on the second and fourth Saturdays of each month. [email protected] or www.sheetspetclinic.com.

Triad SPCA: Open for adoptions 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday and 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday, 3163 Hines Chapel Road, Greensboro. Submit an adoption request and wait for the approval email. www.triadspca.org, www.facebook.com/TriadSPCA, www.instagram.com/spca_of_the_triad/. Funds are needed for the SPCA’s new 9,000 square foot, $3 million facility which will house more than twice as many homeless animals as the current shelter.