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All dogs and cats in Arkansas are required by law to be vaccinated against Rabies by the age of 4 months.  Rabies is a deadly viral disease that affects the nervous system of warm blooded animals (including humans) and is spread through bites.  In 2023, 40 animals have found to be infected in Arkansas including bats, cats, skunks, and cows.  Our vet clinic offers 1 year Rabies vaccines for $20 Monday thru Thursday 10 am- 2 pm and on the 1st Saturday of the month.

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We are very excited to announce that we have hired a full time veterinarian.  Doctor Ashley Smith, DVM, BS. joined our team in June.  Dr. Ashley graduated from Mississippi State University College of Veterinary Medicine in Spring 2023.  She is an Arkansas native and proud to be home! We knew that she would be a great fit when she began to describe her passion for under served animals.  She is going to make a wonderful addition to our staff team.

Dr. Ashley has already performed over 3,000 spay/neuter surgeries, done several leg amputations, removed ruptured eyes, and has fix at least two broken jaws.  We look forward to the direction our resource center is headed with her on board!

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Metal cart with bags of dry dog/cat food and canned wet food
Pet Food Pantry

Not to long ago you could buy a 20 oz soda for $1, but go to any Walmart or Target today and the price will be well over $2. Soda is not the only item we are seeing inflation effect. Many pet owners in the area are facing higher prices in rent, food, and gasoline with no increase in pay. This means they are looking for ways to cover their bills. The scary thing is many people have to consider getting rid of their pets because they can not afford even the basics like food.

This is where our pet food pantry comes in! Donated bags of dry dog and cat food get divided up into smaller bags so that we can hand out food to more people. In the last 6 months we have handed out over 3,500 lbs of food to families in need.

This service helps keep pets in homes and out of shelters or off the streets.

We are in desperate need of more food, because daily we have people requesting help. If you would like to help you can bring donations to the pet resource center on Phoenix Ave. or you can have items send directly to us from Amazon.

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