TAMPA, Fla., Oct. 30, 2016 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The staff at CountryChase Veterinary Hospital continues to give back and help animals in the community as ongoing partners with Florida Parrot Rescue and Florida All Retriever Rescue. CountryChase Veterinary Hospital announces that pet owners who have recently adopted a pet from these rescue organizations are eligible for a complementary wellness exam to ensure the health of their pet.
CountryChase Veterinary Hospital has partnered with Florida Parrot Rescue for the last eight years and Florida All Retriever Rescue for three years. Pet owners considering a rescue dog or parrot can turn to these pet rescue organizations for a loving new pet. These rescue organizations are eligible for discounted veterinary care from CountryChase Veterinary Hospital, which makes it possible for rescued pets to receive necessary veterinary care.
Florida Parrot Rescue is a 501c3 non-profit dedicated to avian rescue. The organization helps in the rehabilitation and placement of companion parrots throughout Florida. Rescue birds are given a full check-up with either a physical with blood work or a physical with a fecal gram stain and cultures. Prospective pet owners may choose from parrots, dogs or cats at Florida Parrot Rescue.
Florida All Retriever Rescue rescues, fosters and finds homes for homeless dogs throughout Florida. Located in Tampa Bay, the organization is 100% volunteer-based, 501c3 non-profit. Their organization has a special focus on retriever breeds, such as Labradors, Goldens, Flat Coats, Curly Coats, and Duck Tollers. Prior to adoption, all dogs are spayed or neutered, up-to-date on shots and heartworm tested. They have the lowest adoption fees of any rescue in the Tampa Bay area and may be contacted directly about adoption or fostering a rescue dog.
“We want all rescued animals to continue to be safe and healthy,” said Dr. Melissa Smith. “We have worked closely for years with Florida Parrot Rescue and Florida All Retriever Rescue to ensure that all new pet owners can receive needed services to maintain the health of a new or rehomed pet. We suggest that prospective pet owners look to these quality rescue organizations for their next pet and take advantage of our veterinarian services to keep pets healthy.”
Dr. Melissa Smith, veterinarian at CountryChase Veterinary Hospital, a full-service, AAHA accredited medical, surgical and dental veterinary clinic, serves residents of West Tampa, Westchase, Citrus Park, Oldsmar and the surrounding communities. Veterinarians and staff are committed to providing personalized care to pets and their owners to ensure the health of a beloved pet. Services at CountryChase Veterinary Hospital include routine preventative care, laboratory services, medical and dental digital radiographs, in house ultrasound, pet surgery, integrative medicine, Class IV laser, and pet dentistry.
Call (813) 814-1814 to learn more about the pet rescue partnerships, or to schedule an appointment for veterinary services such as microchips or vaccines. Visit http://countrychasevets.com/ for more details about this veterinary hospital.
CountryChase Veterinary Hospital, (813) 814-1814
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