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Chloe came to the Center when her owner passed away. She is 5 years old, spayed, up to date on shots and tested negative for FeLV, FIV and FHW. She was an only cat and would love to be one again.
This wonderful facility offers a safe place for pets of Antrim County in true emergency situations that have nowhere else to go. Sometimes they can be reunited with their owners after the crisis has passed but more times the pet is in need of a new loving home.
Come walk dogs, play with cats, adopt, or just check out the Center.
Hours: Tuesday through Friday from 10:00 am - 1:00pm
Saturday 10 am 'till noon
Closed on Sunday and Monday
Pet Crisis Center
3820 Ritt Road
Bellaire, MI 49615
Organization identification number 38-3605652 section 501C (3) Public charity operating on donations without county, state or federal funding.
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Moka, our older resident black lab mix and center's mascot received an in-clinic stem cell procedure in January. Veterinarians now have a new tool available to combat osteoarthritis and give hope to improving quality of life of canines, felines and equine patients. Adipose derived stem cell therapy allows for an affordable and minimally invasive procedure to harvest adult stem cell cells from animals who are seeking pain relief. Dr. Christian Randall of North Country Veterinary is one of the 450 nationwide progressive Veterinarians to implement this breakthrough American Veterinary Medical Association approved procedure. Moka has hip dysplasia in both hips and has been suffering from severe arthritis; this procedure will make a big difference in her quality of life. She is the first patient in Northern Michigan to receive this treatment; needless to say we are all very excited!
This is big news! Check out the video HERE.
The entire story from UpNorthLive is RIGHT HERE.
Cats are kept indoors.
Conrad is a 1 year old beagle/hound mix. Neutered and up to date on shots!
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If you are interested you can order off their website and they will donate 30% back to the Pet Crisis Center! That is 30% any time you order, not just on your first purchase. Enter the code WaLHFMF when it ask if this purchase is part of a fundraiser.