September 2019 is jam-packed with opportunities for you to connect with Pet Alliance in our shelters, clinics, and out in the community! Check out this month’s specials below:
Mobile Vet Unit
📆 Saturday, September 28, 2019
- Free Vaccines provided by Jim Parker. Learn more about vaccine ages, types of vaccines and more on our website FAQ: https://petallianceorlando.org/veterinary-care/ (scroll to the bottom).
- $10 Microchips
- Free Heartworm test with purchase of prevention. If not, it will be $10 copay.
Available at all Pet Alliance of Greater Orlando Clinics from September 17 – 30, 2019.
Free Heartworm Test with purchase of 1 year of Heartgard (Value $20) in Wellness and Surgeries.
Free Microchip with any spay and neuter surgery (Value $30).
Call to schedule an appointment at (407) 351.7722.
Kick off the season with your new best friend by adopting your very own MVP — Most Valuable Pet — at Pet Alliance of Greater Orlando!
THIS weekend, September 27 – 29, you can add a fluffy free agent to your roster — with just $25 adoptions on select dogs and cats 1 year and older! The MVP Weekend adoption special is available at both the Pet Alliance Orlando and Sanford shelters.
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