FACE Low-Cost Spay/Neuter Clinic was founded in 1999 to help reduce the overpopulation of cats and dogs in the region through humane methods. It treats about 600 cats and dogs every week with spay or neuter and vaccination treatments. IndyFeral, a FACE program, works to reduce the feral-cat population in the region using a combination of trap-and-release and traditional sterilization services. The program treats incoming animals and marks them with ear tipping so that local shelters do not pick them up. Then, the organization's foster-care program helps ensure that kittens will not be subjected to the disease or dangerous conditions sometimes associated with shelters. Veterinarians vaccinate and treat incoming litters and place them in responsible foster homes where they can thrive while awaiting permanent adoption.
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Dr. Kurt Phillips and the staff at Woodland Animal Hospital work to foster healthy, lifelong relationships between pets and their human parents with a variety of services. Beyond expert veterinary treatments that prevent potential maladies or cure illnesses, the office staff happily watches over pets during daycare and boarding visits, which feature private lodges and cabins, bunkhouses for active and social pets, and kitty cottages?complete with four levels of living space and a playroom. Onsite groomers maintain pups' adorable swagger with hair trimming and shampooing services. For more hands-on parents, the office's rentable washing facilities and hypoallergenic tear-free shampoos foster calm bath times free of daring tub escapes and breath-holding contests with rubber duckies.
In Animal Care Centers? climate-controlled boarding facilities, dogs lounge in the lap of luxury?their VIP dog suites are outfitted with TVs and overlook a koi pond complete with a waterfall. However, perhaps the most important amenity is a team of veterinarians, on call around the clock. And the vets are some of the best in town; the practice has been named "Best Vet in Cincinnati" for four consecutive years by City Beat Magazine. For the past 30 years, the vets have administered vaccinations, screened for heartworm and leukemia, and performed pet dentistry, rather than just teaching pets to chew with wind-up chattering teeth.
Aided by a staff of animal lovers who have spent countless hours at rescue organizations, Dr. Kerry Garrity keeps pets healthy by providing a range of veterinary services. Dr. Garrity and her team administer yearly vaccines, examine fractures with the help of digital radiographs, and tend to older pets with specialized geriatric services. They also nurture overweight dogs with Royal Canin Veterinary Diets and counsel new owners on pet-care strategies, such as letting one’s canine fetch the paper only after removing the funny pages. After appointments, clients can treat their dogs and cats to accessories from the pet boutique, such as knit-fish cat toys, fleece pet sleeping bags, bowls, and treats.
The groomers and veterinarians at PetCare Animal Hospital restore both the luster to fuzzy companions' coats and the vigor to their health. During the grooming expert sudsers primp pooches' pelts, removing dirt and oil from their skin while combing mats and tangles from their fur. After a mani-pedi, coat trim, ear cleaning, and tuxedo fitting, man's best friend is ready to be man's best man at man's wedding. To ensure pets' insides feel as good their outsides look, PetCare provides a plethora of veterinary services from simple consultations to advanced laboratory diagnostics. Preventative treatments such as vaccines keep parasitic freeloaders from hitching a ride on cats' cabooses and comprehensive dental care ensures cobras' fangs stay well-flossed.
At House Vets for House Pets, Dr. Kamaria Catalan and her team of veterinary assistants keep tails wagging happily with comprehensive preventive treatments and medical procedures. With the same care used during surgeries and acupuncture sessions, Dr. Catalan and her team coddle their guests in climate-controlled boarding facilities. Furry visitors frequently visit House Vets for House Pets for daycare or extended visits, romping freely around indoor and outdoor play spaces under the watchful eye of staff members who don’t believe in “cage time.” The staff members also groom critters in their in-house salon and make house calls so that animals can be treated in a familiar and comfortable environment without having to miss the live sitcoms performed by neighboring squirrels.