Hurricane Harvey has caused unimaginable devastation for the people of Austin, Texas and surrounding areas. The devastation is wide spread and countless volunteers from shelters, rescue groups, as well as animal lovers and veterinarians are working diligently to assist with the rescue, medical treatment and care of hundreds and hundreds of animal victims of Harvey’s wrath and destruction.
Next week, September 11 – 16, Mint Hill Animal Hospital will be donating half of the proceeds from examinations performed during the entire week to Austin Pets Alive, (APA), a nonprofit organization formed in 2008 that has rescued, saved and provided medical care for more than 1700 animals since Harvey struck last week.
These donations will enable APA to purchase much needed drugs and medical supplies and thus continue to provide the medical attention and care needed by the hundreds and hundreds of animal victims of these storms.
If your pet(s) are due for a physical exam, please call and schedule an appointment between Monday, Sept 11 and Saturday, Sept 16th to help us in our efforts to support APA and the animals they are saving.
For more information regarding Austin Pets Alive and their dedication to storm victims and to the betterment of the lives of all pets:
The Doctors and Staff at Mint Hill Animal Hospital