The ElleVet Project will be journeying back to the west coast in its “ElleVan” to provide free veterinary care, food, supplies, and more to pets in need.
Check out this week’s highlights.
Mount Laurel Animal Hospital recently developed this special approach of care to help improve patient experience and cooperation at veterinary visits.
All winning animal shelters received $10,000 and were selected based on essays written about their plans to launch animal-health initiatives for shelter and rescue pets.
The ElleVet Project is designed to expand free veterinary care efforts to pets of the homeless and street pets.
Deciding to euthanize a pet is a difficult decision. Veterinarians can guide owners through the process and make the road to death more comfortable for both the patient and client by using a combination of compassion and medical expertise.