Humane Society gets grant for animal clinic

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Columbia-Greene Humane Society/SPCA receives $75,000 in grant funding for low-cost Veterinary Clinic

The Columbia-Greene Humane Society/SPCA has received a $75,000 grant from the PARC Foundation to support the low-cost veterinary clinic offered at the shelter. The clinic is open to the public, catering to pet owners with limited incomes, and offers services for cats, dogs, and rabbits. These services include spay/neuter and minor surgeries, vaccinations, disease testing, flea, tick, and worm preventatives, microchipping, basic dental cleaning, and health and wellness exams. CGHS/SPCA collaborates with local veterinary practices to provide these services to the community.

“We are very grateful to the PARC Foundation for their support. These funds will make life-altering, quality changes for thousands of animals that will be seen at our veterinary clinic, many of which would otherwise go without medical care,” said CGHS/SPCA President/CEO Ron Perez.

All services at the clinic are by appointment only. To schedule an appointment, pet owners can call (518) 828-6044 ext. 100.

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