Attention all fur parents! If you want to help keep your fluffy friend happy and healthy this summer, stay tuned for a free and easy way to keep your pet feeling their best.
People for Animals recently announced the return of their free vaccine and microchip clinic to the Capital City. If you are a resident of Trenton, you are eligible to take advantage of this wonderful opportunity. The clinic will be held on Saturday, July 15th from 11am to 2pm at Trinity Cathedral Church, located at 801 West State Street, Trenton, NJ 08618. Services provided at the event will be offered on a first come, first serve basis. All dogs must be on leashes, and cats must be kept in carriers. Upon your arrival, please leave your pet in the car. Staff assistance will be available if you are in need of a leash/carrier, as well as if your pet is reactive to other animals. Please note that for the safety of all guests and staff, masks must be worn at all times.
At the clinic, guests will be able to access a number of free or reduced price services to help keep your pet healthy and up to date on their vaccinations. Guests will have the ability to access free vaccination, as well as free microchip services. If any reason your pet is lost or goes missing, a microchip is a powerful tool you and your family can use to help reunite you with your four-legged friend. Attendees will also have the ability to access free pet food and supplies. There will also be limited financial assistance available for spay/neuter services. If you have any questions or would like to learn more about available services, please contact People for Animals at (609) 208-3252 for additional details.
People for Animals is a non-profit organization committed to preventing animal suffering through affordable animal healthcare, public policy advocacy, and community programs. With services all throughout the Garden State, the organization makes a concerted effort to serve every region of New Jersey. In addition to offering on-site veterinary services, People for Animals drives pet owners to early spay and neuter procedures to help prevent accidental pregnancies and reduce the number of homeless animals in shelters. With thousands of animals still in need of a home in shelters all throughout the state, these efforts are an important way to assure every furry friend is well-cared for in the Garden State. Additional information regarding their services can be accessed on their website here: Home – People for Animals.
For so many of us, our pets are like family, and making sure your animal is up to date on their shots and other medical needs is a way we can help assure a long and happy life for our pets in the years to come. All are welcome, so be sure to mark your calendars today!