Luton borough council have teamed up with vet charity, PDSA, to offer free health ‘MOT’ checks for dogs this week.
The PetCheck vehicle will be examining the canines from Tuesday till Friday.
It will be at Wardown Park car park on Tuesday, April 22, Farley hill community centre car park on Wednesday, April 23, Freemans green on Thursday, April 24 and Lewsey Park service road on Friday, April 25.
PDSA vet nurse Amy Henson will examine the canines weight, body-shape, teeth, eyes, coat and general fitness.
She said: “It’s clear people here really love their pets and want the best for them, by sharing our advice and support I know we can work together to help improve the well-being of Luton’s pets.”
Dexter Hockley, senior dog warden at the council said: “We think ourselves very fortunate that Luton has been chosen for a PetCheck visit and we would encourage local pet owners to go along, meet the PDSA’s pet experts and learn more about how to keep their pets happy and healthy.”