The Venice adjacent Animal Wellness Center has started the Animal Wellness Foundation to help keep pets in their loving homes by assisting low-income families with medical expenses while also finding homes for lost, abandoned and neglected animals.
The Animal Wellness Foundation has a sponsor that is willing to donate $1 for every “like” they get on Facebook, up to $40,000. This is not a Facebook scam, I have verified with Animal Wellness who the donor is, and the offer is legit.
Once the foundation has funding, one of their first missions will be “Operation Vaccinate Venice”. All the homeless or low-income dogs that hang around the Venice boardwalk are at serious risk of contracting parvo virus or distemper virus. This puts every pet at risk to have these dogs unvaccinated. “Operation Vaccinate Venice” will vaccinate boardwalk pets for free!
Good news from Johnny Mitchell in the mail box last night! Austin, the pomeranian known as “the Fly n Lion” that went missing on December 9th of 2010 outside of Danny’s Deli, has been found! If you recall, when Austin went missing, the story was on all of the local news shows. Good to see the “Fly n Lion” back in the news!
Situated on the border between Venice and Marina del Rey, Animal Wellness Centers is one of the fastest growing animal healthcare firms in California with a mission to revolutionize the veterinary industry.
Over the past decade, in the most advanced animal care settings around the world, Dr. Annie Harvilicz developed the Animal Wellness Approach to animal healthcare, integrating five core elements into a comprehensive, holistic and new-to-world methodology that you can only find at AWC. Nutrition, Behavior, Traditional Medicine, Modern Medicine and Prevention are the key elements to this innovative approach and are consistently applied in each and every appointment you have with an Animal Wellness veterinarian.
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Animal Wellness Centers also focuses on strengthening human/animal relationships. It is important to celebrate that humans are lucky to have such strong friendships and close bonds with animals, but must be mindful that they are “other nations” and as such, deserve the accompanying respect. We are all together in this “net of life and time,” and we should all strive to make the most of our lives. Animal Wellness Centers’ mission is to promote the quality of life of our companion animals by offering the best possible veterinary care and supporting wellness products and services. To book an appointment, call (310) 450-PETS or visit animalwellnesscenters.com. For more information on AWC, click here!
Thanks to Animal Wellness for sponsoring Yo! Venice! and also for keeping Flora the Yo! Venice! dog healthy and happy! Great place!