“AlterCare Animal Clinic and New Beginnings K9 Rescue, both Nonprofit 501(c)3 organizations have partnered together to hold an Adoption/Vaccine/Wellness Clinic on Saturdays, January 13, 27 and February 10 and 24, 2018. The event will be held from 9 am – 2pm at New Beginnings at 2559 St. Route 60 Loudonville.
The Mobile Grooming Unit will also be available if you are looking for a clip or trim for your pet!
All services are first come, first serve and no appointment is needed. Vaccines for cats and dogs are just $15 each and no exam fee is charged. Other wellness services are also available if needed.
For the safety of your pet, bring your cat in a carrier and your dog on a leash.”
New Beginnings K9 Rescue - Our mission is to increase public awareness towards the growing population of neglected and abandoned dogs due to over breeding. We will be our K-9 companions voice!
Who we are:
New Beginnings K-9 Rescue is a privately run non-profit canine rescue organization located in Loudonville, Ohio. We strive to make a difference in every animals life that makes it into our rescue. As a dog comes in, he/she is taken to our primary veterinarian for an evaluation. We treat for internal and external parasites and new animals are in quarintine for 10 days to monitor health and behavior. Prior to adoption, the animal will receive a negative heartworm test/+ preventative, any medical conditions or surgeries are provided and paid for, all animals are spayed or neutered, vaccinated, parasite free, microchip and basic obedience training. Our goal is to save and help every animal we are physically and financially able to through medical care, education, love, patience and fundraising. Our goal is to create a better life for every abused, neglected and discarded animal in our care and to educate about proper companion animal care. Our dream is that one day we won't have to.
Prior to arrival at the clinic for your appointment, please remember that your cat should have nothing to eat after midnight the night prior to surgery.
CATS are admitted at 7:30 am: Upon arrival, enter the clinic with your cat.
PLEASE be certain your cat is in a SECURE, hard sided carrier. DOUBLE CHECK that the door is latched properly.
Obtain your paperwork and further instructions from staff.
Complete provided paperwork and return signed intake form to staff.
Payment will be collected at this time and a staff member will take your cat in for admission.
Return at 4:00 pm to receive discharge instructions and to take your cat home.
Prior to arrival at the clinic for your appointment, please remember that your dog should have nothing to eat after midnight the night prior to surgery.
DOGS are admitted at 8:00 am: Upon arrival, we ask that you take a moment with your dog and give them an opportunity to potty. After placing your dog back in the car, enter the clinic and obtain your paperwork and further instructions.
Complete paperwork and return signed intake form to staff. Wait for staff to tell you when it is the right time for you to retrieve your dog for admission.
Bring your dog into clinic when asked to do so. Your dog will be met by a staff member and weighed. After an accurate weight is obtained, you will be asked to make payment before leaving.
Return at 3:30 pm to receive discharge instructions and to take your dog home.
TNR (Trap-Neuter-Return) is the only humane and effective way to manage outdoor cat populations.
The cats are humanely trapped, spayed or neutered, vaccinated, ear-tipped and then returned to their outdoor homes. No more kittens are born, so the population is stabilized and decreases naturally over time.
The Feral Cat Package is $38 and includes the Spay or Neuter surgery, vaccines and ear-tip.
Feral Cats can be brought to the Clinic in size-appropriate humane box traps, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday’s 9:00 am - 1:00 pm.
Please watch FACEBOOK or call us at 234-804-3064 to be certain we are able to take your feral cat. We often must set limits on how many we can take.
We will not accept Feral Cats in carriers or crates or any other container, other than an appropriately sized humane trap.
There can only be 1 cat per trap. If more than 1 cat in a trap, we reserve the right to decline services.
NEVER ATTEMPT TO HANDLE A FERAL CAT.
Feral Cats are sedated while still in their traps. They are spayed or neutered by our veterinarians, vaccinated, ear tipped and placed back in their traps to recover. The Clinic will hold your cats overnight to recover from surgery.
Depending on the number of cats in traps admitted to the clinic, your cat may be with us for a period of a few days. Rest assured they will be well cared for.