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El Paso County Sheriff’s Office Launches Spay and Neuter Program

The El Paso County Sheriff’s Office launches Spay and Neuter Program for residents of the El Paso County.

The program comes as a result of the Animal Control Services contract between Horizon City, Vinton, Socorro, Anthony, Clint, San Elizario and the Sheriff’s Office.

Residents of the above-mentioned municipalities can attend one of the following dates and times to have their cat or dog spayed or neutered free of charge.

 Friday, September 15, 2017 – AM Session Only o Horizon City Walmart (Parking Lot)  13900 Horizon Blvd, Horizon City Texas 79928  AM Session begins at 7:00 am

 Monday, September 18, 2017 – AM Session Only o Clint Town Hall  200 N. San Elizario Clint Texas 79836  AM Session begins at 7:00 am

 Wednesday, September 20, 2017 – AM Session Only o Anthony Town Hall  401 Wildcat Dr, Anthony Texas 79821  AM Session begins at 7:00 am

 Thursday, September 28, 2017 – AM/PM Sessions o Village of Vinton Town Hall  436 E Vinton Rd, Vinton Texas 79821  AM Session begins at 7:00 am  PM session begins at 2:30 pm

Note to Residents:
 Only residents who reside in Horizon City, Vinton, Socorro, Anthony, Clint, or San Elizario are eligible.

 Arrive early to ensure that they reserve a spot for surgery.

 Tell the veterinary staff that they are participating in the El Paso County Spay and Neuter Program at time of registration.

 Have proof of residency in one of the six qualifying municipalities (Valid ID, DL, Utility Bill, etc.).

 Sheriff’s Office Animal Control Officer will be on-site to verify the address is within one of the six municipalities.

Mountain Lion Captured in Far-East El Paso County

It was a very different call and capture for El Paso County Sheriff’s Office (EPCSO) Deputies Monday, as a mountain lion was spotted in the backyard of a far-East El Paso County home.

According to EPCSO Officials,  Sheriff’s Office deputies and Animal Control Officers responded to an animal call in reference to a possible mountain lion in the Mountain View area, east of El Paso city limits.

Deputies arrived at a residence located along the 14100 block of Seattle Slew Avenue and spotted a mountain lion in the backyard of the home.

The deputies then called for back up from Texas Parks and Wildlife, the El Paso Zoo and the State Veterinarian for the El Paso area.

The veterinarian tranquilized the mountain lion without any injury to the animal or the first responders; the mountain lion was then transported to the El Paso Zoo where it will be quarantined and released in the days to come.

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