Animal Control & Rescue Friends of the Animal Shelter's 4th Annual Run/Walk for the Paws 5KSaturday, April 7 across from Bode Sports ComplexBooths open and late registration at 8am.PurposeThe Animal Control & Rescue's goal is to prevent the spread of zoonotic diseases, diseases communicable from animals to humans under normal conditions, and to ensure proper care and humane handling of animals within the community through education, outreach, and hands-on activities.
Things You Can DoAdopt...animals available to adopt Rescue...animals available to rescue Foster...animals in need of foster homes Lost Pets...animals reported lost or missing by their owners Stray Animals...lost and stray animals brought in to the shelter Found Animals...animals reported found, but not brought in to the shelter 2017 Annual Rabies Clinics2017 Rabies Vaccination Clinics The annual Rabies Vaccination Clinics are back and will take place from May 1-11, from 6-8pm.
When attending these clinics, pets must be under adult supervision with dogs leashed and cats in a carrier. Cost Rabies Vaccination: $5 per animal Registration Tags: $15 per unaltered animals and $5 per altered (spay/neuter) animals Microchip: $10 (Optional) Combination Vaccination: $10 (Optional-with additional fee payable to the veterinarian) Clinic Schedule Monday, May 1 | Lindbergh Elementary School | 2812 St.
Joseph Avenue Tuesday, May 2 | Hosea Elementary School | 6401 Gordon Street Thursday, May 4 | First Church of the Nazarene | 2102 South 22nd Street Tuesday, May 9 | Skaith Elementary School | 4701 Schoolside Lane Thursday, May 11 | Mark Twain Elementary School | 705 South 31st Street InvestigationsAnimal bites Inhumane treatment of animals Nuisance animals Vicious / dangerous animals Wildlife exposure Other ServicesAdoption of impounded animals Assessment of animal related issues/damages for resolution Educational programs Disposal of deceased animals Low cost spay / neuter Pet of the week program Rabies vaccination clinics Adopting an AnimalAdoption Application and WorksheetNOTE: The adoption application requires that you apply for a specific shelter pet.
Please access this website to see our adoptable pets.Emergency CallsThe following qualifies as an emergency call:Animal bites Dangerous / vicious animals Sick or injured stray animals Wildlife exposuresSee Also: Iron Mountain Animal Shelter
The zoo will probably be an awesome substitute location if you prefer to have animals pics without obtaining a visit to safari in summer months. It is possible to just take their photos while in the safe bench that may be offered in close proximity to the cages. To produce you results in getting the photographs of animals you want, you'll be able to observe the next recommendations.
From a jungle of rain-washed pines and junipers spearing the recent blueness on the Florida sky, ran a small, tawny-haired boy. His bare feet, extending from his overalled legs, crackled against the fallen palmettos. He leaped to the air, flinging his arms towards a flock of white doves circling previously mentioned him.
[embedded content] We are a multiple-doctor veterinary practice offering a wide variety of services for all animals, including exotics, birds, reptiles and pocket pets. We have been serving the central Minnesota area since 1951. It is our goal to provide the highest quality standards of care in a warm and friendly environment. We understand that your pet is a part of your family and we consider you to be part of ours.
It is our priority to provide the finest medical, surgical, and dental care to our patients. It is our goal to assure that you, the owner, are well informed, involved, and comfortable with the decisions made regarding your pet's care. Using state-of-the art equipment, keeping abreast of advances and technologies, and our kind, caring attitude is what separates us from the rest. At Cold Spring/St.
Joseph/Paynesville Veterinary Clinic, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.