Pet owners or caretakers of pets must be 18 years of age or older to participate.
All dogs must be on leashes with proper collars or harnesses. Dog collars must be snug, but not tight. A dog is easily able to pull out of its collar and escape if the collar is too loose.
All cats must be in secure carriers. Cat harnesses with leashes can also be used WITH the carriers.
All pets must be controlled by owners at all times. If a dog is aggressive towards other animals or people, it must be properly and securely muzzled by its owner or placed in a cage until vaccinated. If a dog bites a person or another animal, it must be reported immediately to an animal control officer or to the attending veterinarian.
Only healthy, non-pregnant animals can be vaccinated. For the health, safety, and welfare of your pet, please let one of our staff know immediately upon your arrival if you think your pet may be pregnant or if it has been sick or has shown any symptoms of illness or irregular behavior during the past week prior to the clinic. Pets sometimes simply have "motion-sickness" from traveling in a car to our clinic, so we want to make sure that it's nothing more than that and is okay to receive vaccines before you spend time waiting in line.
Healthcare & Emergency Animal Rescue Team
a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization
"On the Road Saving Lives"