Intelligencer Journal/Lancaster New Era
Humane League opens wellness clinic
The Humane League of Lancaster has opened a wellness clinic as an expansion of its pet retention services.
The clinic will be open Tuesdays from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. According to staff veterinarian Dr. Victoria Boyd Kyle, the new service will provide high-quality health care for income-qualified pet owners and will help reduce the medical costs associated with taking in a stray.
The clinic provides basic vaccinations and physical examinations for each pet at prices that reflect a lower income status. Other services offered include deworming, micro-chipping, urine and fecal analysis, nail trimming, blood work and ear and skin management. Prescription food, flea and tick treatments, heartworm preventatives and dog licenses will be available for purchase.
To qualify for low-income services, pet owners should bring along proof of address and income or public assistance verification. Call 393-6551 or visit humaneleague.com online for more information.