Georgia vet students to raise funds for Haitian relief effort

02/15/2010 | Athens Banner-Herald (Ga.)

Members of AVMA's student chapter at the University of Georgia are holding a microchip clinic Saturday outside the university's College of Veterinary Medicine. Proceeds from the sale of the microchips, which will be offered for $25, will be donated to the American Veterinary Medical Foundation to help with the relief effort in Haiti.

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