Every day, GMHS provides life-saving, transformative care to homeless pets, including veterinary care.
Because of you, our friends and supporters, GMHS is able to provide the veterinary care necessary to treat illnesses and injuries, provide routine veterinary care and position pets for lives of health and happiness with their new families.
Each pet the GMHS team cares for receives a comprehensive physical examination at intake, and our medical team establishes a health/treatment plan and puts it into action. Vaccines are administered, and pets are altered at GMHS’ Fixin’ to Save Spay & Neuter Clinic.
All dogs are tested for heartworm disease and all cats tested for FeLV/FIV. Each pet is dewormed and given monthly flea/tick treatment. They are also microchipped prior to adoption so if they ever become lost, they may be happily reunited with their family.
The region has a high rate of heartworm disease in dogs, which can be avoided simply by giving a monthly preventativ...
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