“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.

Introducing Online Booking!!

Follow the link to make an appointment.

https://alterclinicschedule.as.me/

June 24, 2020

ANNOUNCEMENT FROM SNAP OF NE OHIO- Low Cost Spay Neuter

Program:

 

CLOSING OF ANIMAL ATTIC RESALE STORE OPENING OF ALTER ATTIC RESALE STORE

Congratulations to Laura Groves, Founder and Director of AlterClinic Animal Care located at 2302 Fulton Drive NW, Canton. Laura has recently announced that AlterClinic Animal Care will be opening a resale store in the same location as the Animal Attic Resale Store called home for over 40 years! The store’s new name will be “ALTERATTIC.” All proceeds from this new venture will help raise funds to operate AlterClinic’s low cost spay neuter clinic, whose mission is the same as SNAP’s, i.e., alleviating the terrible pet overpopulation! SNAP wishes them well and urges its customers and donors to support the new venture!

 

SNAP wants to thank all of the volunteers, donors and supporters who were responsible for the phenomenal success of the Animal Attic since 1980! Our dedicated volunteers were the backbone of our little store and the reason the Animal Attic had a reputation in the community of being a charming little gem of a store! Many “regulars” who shopped at the store and donors bringing in treasures were greeted by their first name! Everyone loved knowing that they were helping the animals by supporting this little business! Please know that all of our volunteers and supporters had a hand in SNAP’s fantastic success of financially assisting with over 86,000 spays and neuters since 1982, saving so much suffering to unwanted animals being born.

Points to remember –

  • Maintain an appropriate 6 feet distance from other clients.

  • No clients will be allowed to enter the clinic.

 

Admission Procedure – CATS – 7:30 am

  1. Please wear a mask during admission of your cat.

  2. Obtain your chart on the clipboard.

  3. Glance over the services requested and sign at the bottom of the form.

  4. Place the white label with your cat’s name on your carrier, just above the door.

  5. Place labeled carrier on rack and place chart on top of labeled carrier.

  6. Staff will pick up carrier and take them inside.

  7. We will call you after your cat’s surgery is over to collect payment using Visa or MasterCard.

           If you miss our call you may call the number left on your message.

           If you must use cash, put the exact amount in an envelope and give to staff at discharge.

   8.  Return at 4:00 pm to pick up your cat. Please read over the discharge instructions below.

 

Discharge Procedure – CATS – 4:00 pm

  1. Group instructions for post op care will begin at 4:05 pm. Be on time.

  2. Please wear a mask during discharge of your cat.

  3. Retrieve your paperwork from the table.

  4. Initial bottom of surgery sheet and place in basket.

  5. Keep your receipt and post op instructions.

  6. Cat carriers will be brought outdoors and name called out. Please allow staff to retreat before coming forward.

 

  • If you have not made payment prior to discharge, call the office before coming forward for your cat.

 

Admission Procedure – DOGS – 8:00 am

  1. Please wear a mask during admission of your dog.

  2. Dogs are left in the car.

  3. Obtain your chart on the clipboard.

  4. Glance over the services requested and sign at the bottom of the form.

  5. Place completed chart on designated table.

  6. Remove the ID band from the chart and place on dog’s collar. Remain in the car.

  7. LISTEN for your name to be called when it is time for your dog to be admitted.

  8. Bring your dog to door.

  9. A staff member will place our slip lead on your dog and you will remove your leash.

  10. We will call you after your dog’s surgery is over to collect payment using a Visa or MasterCard. If you miss our call you may call the number left with the message to make payment. If you must use cash, put the exact amount in an envelope and give to staff at discharge.

  11. Return at 3:30 pm to pick up your dog. Read the discharge instructions below.  Remember to bring your leash back with you.

 

Discharge Procedure – DOGS – 3:30 pm

1.   Please wear a mask during discharge of your dog.

2.   Group instructions for post op care will begin at 3:35 pm. Be on time.

3.   Obtain paperwork from the table

4.   Initial bottom of surgery sheet and place in basket.

5.   Keep your receipt and post op instructions.

6.   Dogs will be brought outdoors and name called out.

7.  Place your leash back on your dog before staff member removes ours.

 

  • If you have not made payment prior to discharge, call the office before coming forward for your dog.

CATS IN TRAPS - ADMISSION

 

TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY  -- 9am - 1 pm

 

Points to remember –

  • Please wear mask during admission and discharge

  • Maintain an appropriate 6 feet distance from all staff.

 

  1. Upon arrival call number on door. We will let you in.

  2. Set traps in lobby, cover if needed.  Covers can be found in basket.

  3. Complete a yellow intake sheet, remembering to sign bottom of sheet.  

  4. Place completed clipboard on top of covered trap.

  5. Step up to the window in the hallway to the public restroom and alert us you have a cat(s) to drop off.

  6. We will call you when your cat is ready to go home.

  7. Payment will be taken using Visa/MasterCard at that time.

  8. We will retrieve your cat after you leave the building.

CATS IN TRAPS - DISCHARGE

  1.  Return to pick up your cat on the day you were given when staff called you.

  2.  Call the phone number posted on the door to alert us that you are here.

  3.  Staff will retrieve your cat and place them in the lobby with your documents.

  4.  You may obtain your cat and release them to their natural habitat. 

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2302 Fulton Rd NW, Canton OH 44709  l  altercareac@gmail.com  l   PH: 234-804-3064  FAX: 234-804-3053

A non-profit 501(c)(3) serving Northeast Ohio