The sadness and the problem is overwhelming, but if we band together as a community, incredible good for animals will follow.
Marietta, GA (PRWEB) August 12, 2014
Marietta Vet Clinic and veterinarian Julian Peckich DVM have a huge heart for homeless animals. The clinic plans monthly ongoing efforts to help change the plight of shelter cats and dogs in local Cobb County. Once a month, cookies will be sold and 100% of donations given to the Tigg Neuter Project, a group of Cobb County citizens concerned about the dire plight of unwanted cats and dogs.
"It's Marietta Vet Clinic's pleasure to help be a part of the solution for homeless pets. The sadness and the problem is overwhelming, but if we band together as a community, incredible good for animals will follow," says Dr. Peckich. "Our monthly events are another way the animal clinic can help."
The Tigg Neuter Project and Marietta Vet Clinic have the same focus. It's important to lessen the number of animals arriving at animal control. The over abundance is greater than the demand for pets. The Tigg Neuter Project works on identifying where the animals come from to spay and neuter the animals. Motivation is high, as it only takes one spay or neuter to save 100 cats.
The project also helps low income people without the proper funds to vet pets.
Marietta Vet Clinic and veterinarian, Julian Peckich DVM are pleased to welcome dogs and cats to the pet clinic, dog clinic and cat clinic. Dr. Peckich provides veterinary services for the Marietta, Kennesaw, Dallas, Acworth, and Powder Springs, GA. It would be their great pleasure to welcome dogs and cats to the pet family for cat vaccinations, dog vaccinations, pet vaccinations, rabies shots, sick animal relief, laboratory testing, pet teeth cleaning, veterinary dentistry, wellness exams, spay and neuter clinic and mobile veterinary services.