Truwest Credit Union Sponsors Mobile Pet Vaccination Clinic
Saturday, March 29 at the Priest and Warner Branch

Tempe, Ariz. – March 4, 2014 – TruWest Credit Union is once again sponsoring a Mobile Pet Vaccination Clinic. The Arizona Animal Welfare League and the Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (AAWL & SPCA) will be at the Priest and Warner TruWest Credit Union branch on Saturday, March 29 and will be offering members low-cost vaccinations and microchips.

Bring your dog or cat by the Priest and Warner Branch anytime between 8 a.m. and 1 p.m. AAWL & SPCA Logo

Low-Cost Vaccines: $15 each or 3 for $40 (same pet)
Microchips: $20 includes registration

Vaccines Offered
Dogs: Rabies, DHPP, Bordetella
Cats: Rabies, FeLV, FVRCP

AAWL & SPCA will also be collecting donations at the branch that day. To help out animals in need please bring in some of the most popular items from their wish list:

  • Little Cesar Pate
  • Pill pockets
  • Simple green degreaser preferably crystal formula
  • Poop scoops spade and pan type
  • Large storage bins
  • 10X10 EZ-up tents
  • Premier brand or any Martingale style collars – all sizes
  • 6 ft nylon leashes
  • Small dog collars – for puppies or tiny dogs
  • X-pens
  • Wire Dog Crates
  • Natural Balance Dog Treat Rolls (all flavors)
  • Tent weights

To see their entire wish list visit the AAWL website.

About TruWest Credit Union
TruWest Credit Union is headquartered in Tempe, Ariz., and operates as a cooperative to provide its membership with a lifetime of quality financial services and a culture of caring for its members, employees and communities. TruWest is a strong and sound financial institution with more than 60,000 members and assets totaling more than $791 million. TruWest Credit Union has 13 branches–nine in the metro Phoenix area and four in Austin, Texas. For more information, visit

About the AAWL & SPCA
The Arizona Animal Welfare League & SPCA was founded in 1971 and is the largest and oldest no-kill shelter in Arizona. AAWL & SPCA rescues, rehabilitates and re-homes more than 5,000 dogs and cats that are abandoned or that have been surrendered by their owners. At any one time their shelter will hold 140 cats and 190 dogs. They also have a foster parent network of approximately 90 families who provide care and shelter in their homes for puppies and kittens that are too young to be adopted, and those animals that are recovering from medical procedures or that need socialization before adoption.

Jill Collins, TruWest Credit Union,