VCA Animal Hospitals announced that select VCA hospitals in Colorado are offering free boarding assistance for small animals, including dogs, cats, birds and pocket pets, whose families have lost their homes or are among those evacuated due to the devastating wildfires. Burning northeast of Colorado Springs, the fire has destroyed at least 360 homes, making it the most destructive in state history. “Our thoughts are with the families in Colorado who are again being impacted by wildfires and we are extending free boarding for small family pets that have been displaced,” said Art Antin, Chief Operating Officer of VCA Animal Hospitals. “We want families to know that they can take care of their priorities during this critical time while knowing that their pets are being cared for in a safe environment.” Boarding assistance at participating Colorado VCA hospitals is based on space availability. Pets should be current on vaccinations, but in case they are not, VCA veterinarians will update vaccinations free of charge. Pet owners are encouraged to call the following VCA hospitals for boarding assistance and more information.
|VCA Douglas County Animal Hospital|
|531 Jerry Street, Castle Rock, CO 80104|
|VCA Alameda East Veterinary Hospital|
|9770 East Alameda Avenue, Denver, CO 80247|
|VCA Mountainview Animal Hospital & Pet Lodge|
|5790 East County Line Place, Highlands Ranch, CO 80126|
VCA operates more than 600 animal hospitals in 41 U.S. states and 3 Canadian provinces. These hospitals are staffed by more than 3,000 fully qualified, dedicated and compassionate veterinarians to give your pet the very best in medical care. Over 400 of our doctors are board-certified specialists who are experts in areas such as Oncology, Cardiology, Emergency & Critical Care, and Surgery for animals. VCA provides a full range of general practice services to keep your pet well and specialized treatments for when your pet is ill. For more information on VCA Animal Hospitals, please visit www.VCAhospitals.com.