9Pet Check: Call today for an appointment

Colorado Veterinary Medical Association member veterinarians will give FREE wellness appointments and rabies vaccinations to pets in needs of veterinary care on April 8 & 9. But appointments are required.

DENVER - 9Pet Check is here!
 
Colorado Veterinary Medical Association member veterinarians will give FREE wellness appointments and rabies vaccinations to pets in needs of veterinary care on April 8 & 9.  But appointments are required.
 
If you or someone you know is unable to afford veterinary care for a pet, call TODAY, April 3rd between 4pm - 8pm to make an appointment. 
 
It's first call, first served.  
 
Phone Number:  1-877-369-9021
 
There will be a lot of calls coming in during that time, so if you get a busy signal, please call back and try again! Have a paper and pen to write down your appointment details.
 
Colorado veterinarians know the importance of annual examinations for keeping pets healthy and preventing future health problems, and are willing to help those who are truly in need by donating their time to this event.
 
These free exams are for people living on a restricted or low income or those who are unemployed.  If your animal is sick or injured, you should contact your local veterinarian as soon as possible to care for your pet. Exams are for dogs and cats only with a restriction of two pets per person. 
 
A special ‘thanks’ goes to our partner: Colorado Veterinary Medical Association:  http://www.colovma.org.
Here is a list of cities where participating veterinary clinics are located: 
  • Arvada
  • Aurora
  • Boulder
  • Canon City
  • Castle Rock
  • Colorado Springs
  • Commerce City
  • Denver
  • Delta
  • Erie
  • Golden
  • Greeley
  • Lafayette
  • La Junta
  • Lakewood
  • Littleton
  • Lone Tree
  • Longmont
  • Louisville
  • Parker
  • Silverthorne
  • Steamboat Springs
  • Wellington

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