North Austin Veterinary Clinic Promotes Adopting Pets From Shelters and Rescues – MarketWatch

Dessau Veterinary Clinic announced that the animal hospital strongly supports pet adoptions from shelters and rescues. On the clinic’s website, they have a special page called the “Adoption Center.” While the clinic is not a drop off for unwanted animals, the staff works with pet owners that are fostering pets available for adoption. The clinic provides veterinary care for several animals in need of permanent homes and gets the word out on the adoptable animals through their online adoption center. As part of the vet clinic’s care, these animals are spayed or neutered and microchipped. The animal hospital is encouraging prospective pet owners to contact the clinic to meet these animals who are in need of a forever family. The vet clinic works to facilitate animal adoption, raising awareness about inhumane puppy mills and offering a free wellness exam to animals adopted from a shelter or rescue group. Other clinic services include wellness care, dental care, cat and dog boarding, and grooming.

North Austin veterinarian Dr. Kellee Campbell is encouraging prospective pet owners to visit the Dessau Veterinary Clinic’s online adoption center. The Pflugerville animal hospital is not a rescue or drop-off point for unwanted animals, but encourages pet adoptions by sharing information and pictures on adoptable pets currently living with foster families.

“Every pet deserves a loving home,” said Dr. Campbell. “Sometimes, we meet animals that we simply can’t give up on. While we do not run a shelter or a drop-off, we do strive to facilitate adoptions and increase awareness. Our online adoption center features pets some of our clients are currently fostering.”

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