Marlene Miller, DVM, has been working with the TCAP for five years now. She said being a veterinarian at an animal shelter became too much for her after seeing what the animals endured.
“I love doing this, however, because I can still help animals and the shelters,” Miller said after performing a spay on a dog.
“I like the fact that I get to go into areas where a lot of folks can’t afford the $300 for the sterilization which only breeds more breeding and puts more pressure on the shelter. It feels good.”
For more information on Parker County Pets Alive, visit the organization’s Facebook page at www.facebook.com/parkercountypetsalive.