Earlier this month, the City of Lomita and the Los Angeles County Department of Animal Care and Control hosted a wellness clinic for the City’s dogs and cats. Veterinarian professionals provided over 250 animals with complimentary examinations, medications, vaccinations, microchipping services and flea control. Volunteers also distributed 1,314 pounds of dog and cat food to attendees.

“Lomita is an incredibly pet-friendly community, and we were proud to collaborate with the county to offer these no-cost services,” explained City Manager Ryan Smoot. “ Given the success of the event, we anticipate hosting additional wellness clinics in the future.”

The City is bringing back its resident-favorite dog obedience class series, with the Fall Session II beginning on Tuesday, October 24. To secure your spot in a class, visit https://bit.ly/3Qnwnch.

Additionally, the Lomita Dog Training Site released its Winter Class schedule, with the first session on Friday, December 1, at 9 a.m. To register, visit https://bit.ly/3M8dfwo.

For more information on pet resources and programs in the City of Lomita, visit https://bit.ly/3rVNWqF.