Street Dog Philly has an upcoming clinic on Monday, June 10, tentatively from 10am-12pm (time might change). It is through the homeless organization Project Home. They have a large space under Suburban Station (main subway station in Philly) that is available to those in need 7 days a week during daytime hours. They offer shelter, food, and services to the homeless and they do allow pets in the space. It is called The Hub of Hope and they are allowing us to set up a clinic on a regular basis. This pop-up clinic will be open to cats and dogs. Services include (but are not limited to) wellness exams, routine vaccinations, de-worming, flea and tick treatment, grooming, nail trimming, and veterinary hospital referrals/vouchers.
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Earlier Event: June 2Chicago Street Clinic with The Night Ministry
Later Event: June 13Phoenix Street Clinic at Project Connect/Valley of the Sun United Way