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There are no refunds, so we would like you to be sure of your choice and spend as much time as you need with the animal. We also encourage adopters to bring their children and let shelter staff know if they would like to introduce their current pets to a potential new pet.
Pet Surrenders:If you must surrender your pet, please note the following: * You must call first and provide pet information * We may be full-but can as a courtesy post your pet on our Facebook and Petfinder pages. * All dogs must pass a temperament test. We cannot take in feral cats or dogs with aggressive behavior or bite histories. * Veterinary Records must be provided at the time of surrender. Your pet MUST be up to date on its rabies vaccine. * You must pay a surrender fee to help with the cost of care for your pet. If your pet is not spayed/neutered the fee will be at a higher rate.
Or, share your entire adoptable pet list on Facebook with the Pet List Scroller for Facebook. The Facebook Pet List Scroller self-updates each time you update your Petfinder listings. You can create a single list of your adoptable pets, or create separate lists for different organizations, species and locations.
Looking for a way to share your pets off-line? We have you covered with printable adoption materials. Create kennel cards, adoption flyers and more with the Pet List Printer. Create and distribute personalized business cards for your shelter or rescue with the Print Adoption Materials page.
We cannot recommend one company over another, as pet owners need to investigate discounts, exclusions, payment amounts, and coverage limits and customize them as needed. Also, types and numbers of pets in the home, preexisting conditions and your budget all are factors- but we STRONGLY recommend looking at getting a least a basic policy for your pets.
The above link assist animal owners reuniting with their lost pets. You can look for a lost pet, report a found pet or register your pet(s) and their picture(s) in the system to assist in reconnecting with them in a faster manner.
If your pet animal is licensed or micro-chipped and impounded at the Animal Shelter, Animal Care Services will research the dog license or microchip information in our dog license software & national microchip data bases and if located we will attempt to contact you as soon as possible to make you aware the situation as well as request that you immediately make arrangements with your pets Veterinarian to arrange for medical treatment.
If you've been inspired by our recent post on just how much exposure $5 will get your available pets on Facebook, but aren't sure how to get started advertising on the social network, this post's for you!
Sharing posts from another page is a great way to introduce fans to a new audience and reinforce your point of view. It also encourages other pages to share your material.
Collaborating with other pages gives your business the opportunity to be seen by a new audience. Try to collaborate with pages in your niche, as these fans will be highly targeted and more likely to share your content.
Diamond Veterinary Hospital has proudly served pets and families across the local community for over 60 years. As anAmerican Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) accredited practice, we offer full-service veterinary care and hold ourselves to the highest standards. We are open 7 days a week and welcome emergencies 24-hours a day. Our highly-trained veterinary team understands that your pets are an important part of your family, and we will do everything we can to ensure they get the medical care they need to live a long, happy, healthy life.
At Diamond Veterinary Hospital, we are committed to providing the highest quality care for your pets. Whether you are bringing them in to see us for a routine check-up or a medical emergency, your Diamond veterinarian will treat you and your pet with the utmost care and respect. Our team is comprised of highly-trained animal lovers who understand the important role your pet plays in your family.
Before you book a pet-sitting date, you and your pets should meet the candidate. This will allow you to get to know the person better, flesh out special instructions and observe how they interact with your animal. You may even want to ask a candidate to do a trial walk to see how they handle your dog.
We urge you to exhaust all other resources and alternatives before surrendering your pet to KC Pet Project. While KC Pet Project does everything we can to ensure animals in our care are comfortable, we average anywhere from 30-50 intakes a day and care for over 15,000 animals each year. An animal shelter is a stressful environment for any animal, but especially for owned pets. Our state-of-the-art shelter cannot compare to the love and care that a pet receives at home.
Give your photos, story and email to everyone you know asking for their help in finding a new home for your pet. Use your Facebook profile or Twitter account to ask your network to share your pet and assist in the search for a new, loving home. Advertise through your community bulletin board, neighborhood association Facebook pages, or your local NextDoor app. Ask friends, co-workers, and family members if they are looking to add a companion to their family. Placing your pet with someone you know will ease the transition for you, the new guardian, and for your pet!
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