a non-profit 501 (c)(3) organization
"Helping Protect Pets & People"
Society for California Veterinary & Vaccine Care
Through our relationships and many years of work with multiple cities, departments of animal services, private organizations and individuals, we are able to promote responsible pet ownership by providing vital education, broadening public awareness, and inspiring the public to become proactive in important animal-related issues. Please go to our "Services" page to learn more about how we can be of assistance to you.
The on-going problem with OVER-POPULATION of pets is the #1 KILLER of pets. Help us eliminate needless abandonment and euthanasia. Support our cause by practicing responsible pet guardianship and by spreading the word ... "SAVE A LIFE ... SPAY OR NEUTER YOUR PET"!
Our organization welcomes volunteers. If you are looking to acquire community service credit or simply wanting to help make a positive difference in the lives of animals and people, we invite you to become a part of our team. Please email us at email@example.com to learn about our volunteer and employment opportunities.
PLEASE HELP US SAVE LIVES BY MAKING A DONATION.
Thank you for caring and for your generous support.
A picture is worth a thousand words. This is only one of millions of pictures of homeless pets.
a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization
Kiara's story now has a happy ending ... or rather a wonderful new beginning.
Over-population = starvation, neglect, abuse, abandonment and unnecessary euthanasia.
Please consider adopting your next pet from a shelter.
Please SPAY and NEUTER your pets!
Regardless, microchipping will provide the best chance for your pet to be identified and returned safely to you.
The SCVVC is a Non-Profit 501 (c)(3) organization dedicated to saving lives and improving pet and wild animal health, safety, and welfare.
The SCVVC travels to many communities providing low-cost and free veterinary care, pet socialization and behavioral rehabilitation, animal rescue, adoption assistance, and emergency disaster relief.
Kiara is one of the millions of pets that end up in shelters each year. She was scheduled to be euthanized with no hope for adoption until her rescue by the SCVVC.
Microchips save lives. They play an essential role in successfully reuniting lost pets with their families. In many cities, it is mandatory to microchip pets.
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