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Kittens are wonderful but there are too many, don't wait till its a crisis.
Without spaying her,
If You Feed her
You Breed her
Fixed pets form stronger bonds with you and dont have other things on there mind, like how good that pee smells.
Fixed cats stay home
Public Vet has one goal that is One Health. Improving the health and care of wild cats, directly improves the health of the entire community.
If You Feed w/o fixin' You Breed
Be the Solution, Not the Problem
One of the oldest diseases documented, and still the most deadly Rabies can infect ALL warm blooded animals, you and your pets.
For each and every patient we see <3
MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING FOR CLIENTS SEEKING
VETERINARY SERVICES FROM PUBLIC VET
Public Vet policies are in accordance with requirements of State, National and International Veterinary Associations. All Public Vet clients are required to have a Veterinarian-Client-Patient-Relationship (VCPR) for each animal prior to admission to the clinic. The client is assumed to be the owner.
If you are not the owner of the animal,
the information below will define your responsibility as a Public Vet client.
We perform surgical procedures on patients and are responsible for providing post-operative support. It is essential that we know the physical location of the patient after surgery as well as the primary post-operative caregiver’s contact number for the recovery period. We need direct lines of communication with caregivers after surgery to ensure safe recoveries.
To be most effective in promoting health, we require full disclosure of the animal’s history, the animal’s living situation, and the caregiver for the animal.
Remember, that we are here to help. We are not a regulatory or enforcement agency. Our goal is to assist communities in creating healthy animal companionships.
We network with other animal welfare organizations to meet the need.
If you are not the owner, we will need to know your role(s) for each animal.
A client who is not the owner:
This is an agreement between Public Vet, animal welfare organizations or individuals that bring animals to the clinic that they do not own.