Our services include the following:
We will provide medications whenever possible. Under certain conditions we will microchip animals.
We have limited capacity to take new clients. If you are interested in joining the program, call 352-372-4959 and leave a message with your name, phone number, county of residence and type of low income qualification (see list below). You will be called back to schedule an appointment for screening/orientation. (If you do not have a phone, send email to firstname.lastname@example.org or come to 501 SE 2nd St. any Tuesday at 9:00am WITHOUT YOUR PET to be scheduled for screening.)
Screening and orientation sessions are held every other month and there is often a waiting list. If your pet needs spay/neuter, we may arrange for surgery either before or after screening.
To be eligible for services you must live in Alachua County and meet our criteria for low income. The following are qualifiers for low income:
People will not be accepted into the program if they are:
Only 2 pets per household are allowed in the program. Dogs under a year of age are not accepted into the program.
All animals in a household be spayed or neutered. If you otherwise qualify but have unsterilized pets, we will arrange rabies and distemper vaccinations and spay/neuter surgery for them. This will be done at no cost to you, but you must keep your appointments and follow drop off and pickup instructions.
If your pet has a medical emergency or condition that is out of scope for the Clinic, and if you qualify as a client of the Clinic, there are some funding organizations that might be able to help you. For more information, see sources of financial assistance.