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(FOWLER, Colo, January 24, 2004) Dr. Richard Leone, D.V.M. owner of Peak View Animal Clinic in Fowler, Co. returns four month old Precious to her owner Jim Valliant (cq Valliant) after the puppy was spayed. Valliant took advantage of the Colorado Pet Overpopulation Fund, getting his puppy spayed for half price. CPOF is a Colorado State tax check off that gives Coloradoans an easy way to save pets' lives. The program offers free or reduced price spay/neuter for pets in areas where there are few or no animal shelters. Dr. Leone says the program is especially important for Colorado's rural areas offering the option to many who simply wouldn't get the procedure done otherwise. Last year over 43,000 stray, abandoned, or unwanted dogs and cats were euthanized in Colorado. ( Photo by DENNIS SCHROEDER / ROCKY MOUNTAIN NEWS)

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