Mobile Veterinary Clinic Offering Free Veterinary Services at Terry Park
Fort Myers, FL, Oct. 4, 2022 – University of Florida Veterinarians is offering free veterinary services today to residents with pets in the aftermath of Hurricane Ian. The daily service will run 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily from Terry Park, 3410 Palm Beach Blvd. in Fort Myers. The clinic will be available to provide triage and medical care for the pets in Lee County affected by Hurricane Ian.
The clinic will continue seven days a week until further notice.
“We are honored to be available to assist Lee County during this devastating period,” said Dr. Larry Garcia, University of Florida. “Pets are family members and vital to the recovery of our citizens. Our team will do all we can to ensure the health and well-being of as many animals possible.”
Pablo Adorno, director of Lee County Domestic Animal Services, said the assistance is welcome.
“We are humbled by the those reaching out to support our community during this trying time,” Adorno said. “Our staff will continue working to rescue and reunite displaced pets with their owners. Food distribution sites are being planned, as well as reopening the shelter to full capacity.”
The county asks residents to check www.leegov.com/storm and follow Lee County Domestic Animal Services on Facebook at facebook.com/LeeCountyDomesticAnimalServices.
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