Cross Creek Vaccination Clinic a Success!

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SNAP Brings Low-cost Vet Services to Cross Creek

Saturday, April 26, 2014.
SNAP helped the Cross Creek community by bringing an affordable vaccination and veterinary care clinic to the neighborhood  – the event was well-attended and a great success thanks to the help of our many volunteers and the wonderful residents and pets of Cross Creek!

SNAP would especially like to thank THE Howell Mill PetSmart, Buckhead PetSmart and Banfield of Howell Mill for thier generous donations for this event. A special shout-out goes to Sean, a PetSmart and ACK Certified dog trainer who generously helped with his time and offered complementary training sessions for pets who attended the event.

We especially would like to thank all SNAP the volunteers for their tireless help, including Nancy Kelley, Sally Leath, Bonnie Seabrooke, Ashley and Stacy Land, and our vet staff from Medlock Bridge, Dr. Karen Colson and Violet Mask for the wonderful job that they did. Finally we would like to that the Cross Creek Community Affairs committee and the Cross Creek Board and Catherine Cooper who bought snacks and coffee!

The day was a whirlwind for everyone and we managed to vaccinate or treat 16 cats and 30 dogs for the day.

The one-day pet health clinic is co-sponsored by Dr. Karen Colson of Medlock Bridge Animal Hospital, SNAP 2 IT and Cross Creek’s Condominium Association Community Events Committee. All proceeds for this day are donated to SNAP to help fund our pet rescue efforts, spay/neuter programs, adoption, and community education services.

Here is a link to original April Clinic notice.

Questions? Please email us at snap@comcast.net.

Preview all our available cats and kittens. Learn more about volunteering with SNAP, drop by one of our area PetSmart and PETCO adoption centers, or apply online to volunteer.

SNAP is a non-profit 501c3 animal rescue organization dedicated to rescues, adoptions and spay and neutering programs for Atlanta-area pets. See more about us here or follow us on Facebook for the latest updates on SNAP people, pets and adoption news.

Originally posted May 15, 2014.