Paws for Hope Animal Foundation, in partnership with Pacific Community Resources Society, is holding a free animal health care clinic for the pets of those who are low income. Free vet care services will include physical exams, vaccinations, flea and/or deworming treatments, nail trimming and ear cleaning provided by Paws for Hope directors Dr. Shawn Llewellyn and Dr. Melissa Stephens, along with Paws for Hope’s supporting volunteer health clinic team. Paws for Hope has been offering free animal health clinics in Vancouver for the past four years, and this will be their first one in Surrey.
Sunday, October 29, 2017, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Pacific Community Resources Society, Unit 114 – 13479 76 Ave Surrey
Media are welcome between 10 a.m – 12 p.m. to cover the heartfelt stories that will certainly play out that day. Help B.C. residents understand the life-saving connection these people have with their four-legged friends and what’s needed to keep all pets healthy, regardless of where they live.
To learn more about Paws for Hope Animal Foundation and its many programs dedicated to the long-term protection and care of companion animals in B.C., please visit www.pawsforhope.org.
Kathy Powelson, Paws for Hope Animal Foundation