Expansion to San Luis Obispo County

Expansion to San Luis Obispo County

In 2022, C.A.R.E.4Paws expanded our mobile pet wellness services to San Luis Obispo (SLO) County through Snip & Chip SLO, a community-based program developed alongside SLO nonprofits Animals in Need Fund and Animal Shelter Adoption Partners.

The only initiative of its kind in SLO, Snip & Chip curbs pet overpopulation, prevents pet homelessness and euthanasia of adoptable animals, and improves animal welfare in the county.

Since February, we have altered 300 dogs and cats and provided medical care, vaccines, microchips and other basic services to more than 850 pets. In addition to Animals in Need Fund and Animal Shelter Adoption Partners, we thank Feline Network of the Central Coast, Nipomo Dog & Cat Hospital, Lucky Dog Pet Resort, Elm Street Dog Park, City of Arroyo Grande and Grover Beach, County of SLO, SLO Animal Services and Woods Humane Society for the partnerships!

For more details and ways to contribute, please visit our program page.

Mobile Spay Marathon in Palmdale

Mobile Spay Marathon in Palmdale

October 22 and 23 was a big weekend for C.A.R.E.4Paws! For the first time in our 13-year history, our clinic team traveled to Palmdale and Subaru Antelope Valley for a big spay/neuter weekend with Karma Rescue. We altered 54 dogs and cats, making a dent in the area’s pet overpopulation.

We are so grateful to our clinic crew, the awesome Karma team and generous spay/neuter sponsorships from Subaru and the City of Palmdale.

Mobile Spay Marathon in Palmdale Veterinarian cuddling kitten
Mobile Spay Marathon in Palmdale Client with Pet
Buddy is Healed and Happy!

Buddy is Healed and Happy!

Buddy’s mom sent us a note after we helped her beautiful pup in our mobile clinic:

“We are so thankful for all that you do to help our community! After a 3.5-pound tumor removal, Buddy wears his scar proudly. Thank you!”