Two sea lions killed: low-cost microchip clinic coming up: is this your dog?

Wildlife officials captured and killed two California sea lions near Bonneville Dam  this week, the first deaths this year after a federal judge allowed the program to proceed. See the rest of the story in the Oregonian.


Hood River Adopt-A-Dog is sponsoring a low-cost microchip clinic for dogs and cats Saturday, April 28, at the new fire hall in Cascade Locks from 9 a.m. to noon. The event is a fundraiser for the organization.

The cost is $16 per chip, which includes registration. A one-year rabies shot is also available for $15. Dogs must be on a leash; cats must be in carriers.

This is the first time Adopt-a-Dog has offered the clinic in Cascade Locks. Dogs and cats from the Washington side and the surrounding area are welcome.

You can also enjoy the Fireman’s Breakfast and Community Garage sale that day. See the Chip Clinic Flyer for details.

The Cascade Locks fire hall is located at 25 SW WaNaPa.


Is this your dog? She was found between Gresham and Sandy, Oregon, on Highway 26 on March 30 or 31. She’s one-and-a-half or two years old, spayed and friendly. Call Catlink at 541-298-8253 or 541-478-2584 if you have any information.

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