CARE-a-van, Habitat for Humanity Bring Vet Care to Portland May 30

The Kentucky Humane (KHS) and Habitat for Humanity are bringing low-cost pet wellness services to Louisville’s Portland neighborhood on Tuesday, May 30. The KHS CARE-a-van mobile veterinary clinic will welcome pets outside the Habitat for Humanity’s headquarters at 1621 Rowan St, Louisville.

The CARE-a-van will offer pet wellness services for cats and dogs by appointment only May 30, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. The public can schedule an appointment for their pet and view pricing at kyhumane.org/careavan.

Services include:

  • Rabies, DA2PP, and Bordetella for dogs
  • Rabies and FVRCP for cats
  • Flea and tick preventatives
  • Micro-chipping
  • Nail trims
  • Heartworm tests

“We are thrilled to partner with Habitat for Humanity to bring the CARE-a-van to the community of caring pet owners in Louisville’s Portland neighborhood,” said Kat Rooks, Kentucky Initiatives Director for KHS. “We never want lack of access to services or financial resources to prevent pets from receiving the care they need to stay healthy.”

The CARE-a-van is part of KHS’ Love 120 Initiative to positively impact all 120 counties in Kentucky. It is made possible by the generous support of the Joanne W. Gauntt Foundation, PetSmart Charities, Dogs Trust USA, The Rachael Ray Foundation, Trager Family Foundation, and many other KHS supporters.

For additional CARE-a-van events in Louisville and surrounding counties, visit kyhumane.org/careavan.

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