Hi Emilie, yes open to all! We actually run small mobile pet vaccine clinics every few weeks and take a van with a couple of vet techs to areas we know have a lot of homeless or transient/traveling people with animals. We include the Bulb, People’s Park and at the moment Occupy Berkeley.
This event is a static one because we have a vet on site which means we can legally give rabies vaccines, so it’s a slightly more ‘formal’ event. We provide free vaccines, de-wormers, flea treatment and pet food for those who need it. We don’t ask for any proof of income – we’d rather see animals healthy than worry about whether the owners can or can’t afford services.
Obviously, we’d love it if people who can afford a few bucks donate to us so we can do much much more of this!!
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