Rating: 4.03 stars 31 31 reviews
PO Box 1777 Columbia SC 29202 USA
To alleviate animal suffering and homelessness, set safe and humane standards for companion pets and shelters, and educate and increase awareness of the necessity for spaying and neutering to reduce the overall number of unwanted companion pets, eventually reducing the need for euthanasia.
To alleviate animal suffering; set safe and humane standards for companion pets and shelters; educate and increase awareness of the necessity for spaying and neutering; and to find quality homes for animals in need.
the purpose of the mobile vaccine clinic is to provide basic pet care services to individuals who may not be able to pay full service veterinarian clinic prices. Though the clinic is intended to provide care for pets belonging to underserved populations, it is not restricted to such and is open to any pets in need of care. The mobile vaccine clinic gives pet owners the opportunity to keep their pets vaccinated in accordance with the law, and for the animals' health, and allows them the opportunity to purchase much needed parasite control products to alleviate and prevent pain and suffering of their pets and diminish the possibility of the pet being relinquished to a municipal shelter and/or becoming homeless. All proceeds are used to provide care to homeless pets.
the purpose of the medical clinic is to provide spay and neuter services and vaccinations. These services are marketed to the general public but the organization also focuses agressively on communities with high rates of animal reproduction and pets belonging to low-income populations. Revenue from the medical clinic also helps provide services to less fortunate animals/homeless pets.
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I have never been part of a more well run organization that stays focused on its cause- to rescue and place unwanted pets and to educate the public so we can eradicate this problem.
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