Free veterinary care, relief efforts offered after Hurricane Ian

The ElleVet Project, Companion Pet Care team arrive in Florida to provide free assistance for pets in vulnerable communities affected by the hurricane.

Pets and pet owners in Fort Myers receive aid through the ElleVet Project after Hurricane Ian devastation across the region.

The ElleVet Sciences-led initiative is a non-profit mobile relief that provides free veterinary care throughout the United States. Along with the Companion Care Pet veterinary team, the ElleVet Project also offers free veterinary triage services, dog and cat food and supplies, pet search assistance, as well as rescue efforts.

For pets and pet owners in need of veterinary assistance, the details of the project are as follows:
Date and time: Oct. 5 to Oct. 7, from 7 a.m. and into the evening, as needed
Location: Companion Care Pet, 4989 Royal Gulf Circle, Fort Myers, FL 33966

Veterinary facilities in Fort Myers have been destroyed or significantly damaged by the hurricane. The ElleVet Project team will be traveling from Maine to Fort Myers to help local veterinary teams.

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