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Animal Care
opens a new pet sitting clinic

- The clinic will offer basic wellness care and spay / neuter services-

Animal Care opened a new Pet Care clinic for Broward County pet owners. The clinic will provide basic wellness care including cat and dog vaccination packages and spay / neuter services. Preventives such as heartworm and flea / tick medications will also be available for purchase.
The clinic is located at the Animal Care Adoption Center, 2400 SW 42nd Street, Fort Lauderdale 33312 and will operate Tuesday through Saturday. All services are available by appointment only. Vaccination appointments can be scheduled at, by phone at 954-357-9567, or by email at Call or email to schedule spay / neuter surgery appointments. 
"We are very excited to offer these services to residents," said Emily Wood, Director of Animal Care and Adoption. "Vaccines and preventive care are the first line of defense in keeping pets healthy and happy. In addition, spaying and neutering helps reduce the pet population in our community."
Vaccines, including a dewormer and microchip, will be offered in each package  both for puppies and young kittens as well as for adult pets. Spay / neuter services for dogs and cats can also be scheduled at the clinic. 
Broward County residents will have the option to apply for the SNIP Program and receive a voucher for free or low-cost spay / neuter surgery or pay a fee for spay / neuter services.
The clinic will also offer heartworm testing, pet license plates, and euthanasia services. For more information on the clinic's services and prices, visit
About Animal Care.  Broward County Animal Care and Adoption is dedicated to providing shelter for lost and homeless animals. The agency provides access to hundreds of shelter pets waiting for a new home. Avoid unwanted animals and spay or neuter your pet. For more information about the agency, visit our  website  or  click  in Like on Facebook. 

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