ALL 2020 CLINICS POSTPONED

UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

STAY TUNED FOR NEW DATES

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We know that pets bring so much love and happiness to families and individuals and just because someone may be struggling financially does not mean they cannot provide a loving home for a companion animal .

 

That is why PAWS is now offering PAWS Clinics. Clinics that will be available to pet owners who need just a little help. Each monthly clinic will be located in a different town so you can find the one closest to you.

 

Come to the PAWS Cares Wellness Clinic. Your pet will receive a wellness exam by a Veterinarian. You pet can also receive vaccinations, preventatives, tick-borne disease testing and medication, microchips and more!

 

PAWS Cares Wellness Clinics are designed for low-income pet owners who reside in Knox or Waldo Counties.

 

*** All clients are required to provide proof of one of the follow: Maine Care, SNAP, HEAP, LIHEAP, Free and Reduced Lunch,

or SSDI.

 

*** PAWS Cares clinics are not free, but they are offered at a reduced cost so that they are affordable.

 

*** All clinics are for basic wellness. We are unable to see pets who are have serious illnesses; however we can help you find a provider who can help you or direct you to financial assistance for some emergencies.

 

*** Waldo County residents are eligible for free flea and tick preventatives through our partnership with the Waldo County Pet Food Pantry.

 

PAWS Cares Wellness Clinics are community outreach programs that will provide veterinary wellness services for dogs and cats living in homes where their owners are struggling financially and can not regularly see a Veterinarian as a result.