LifeLine Animal Project Expands Services to Communities in the Atlanta Area

In addition to their low cost spay and neuter services, LifeLine Spay & Neuter Clinics will now be open on the last Saturday of every month to offer pet owners cost-effective exams, tests and vaccinations for their cats and dogs.
LifeLine Animal Project has 2 non-profit clinics.
LifeLine Animal Project has 2 non-profit clinics.
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April 13, 2011 - PRLog -- LifeLine Animal Project, a leader in low-cost spay and neuter services in the state of Georgia, is expanding their services to pet owners and will now offer low-cost routine care for cats and dogs at once-per-month events at their two metro clinics.

“The instability in the economy has affected pet owners,” says Rebecca Guinn, executive director and co-founder of the non-profit. “So, in addition to being a resource for economical, high quality spay and neuter, we want to offer the community another way to cut costs but still get quality care for their cats and dogs.”

From 10 am – 1 pm on the last Saturday of every month pet owners can get the required and recommended yearly vaccinations and tests for their dogs or cats at greatly reduced prices with a veterinary exam included in each package for free. No appointment is needed.

Pet owners will have a variety of wellness packages to choose from for their pet’s needs, and can also pick services from an ala carte menu that includes microchipping and registration at one low price.

Wellness packages start at $25 for puppies and kittens. Basic dog and cat packages are $40 and include yearly vaccinations and de-wormer. Deluxe packages for both dogs and cats include yearly vaccinations, de-wormer, and (for dogs) Bordetella vaccine and a heartworm test. For cats, the deluxe package includes a Leukemia vaccine and a FeLv/FIV combo test.  

Clinic locations are at 129 Lake Street in Avondale Estates and in College Park at 2533 Sullivan Road.  For appointments or information for the Avondale clinic call 404-292-8800, for College Park call 678-973-2881.

LifeLine’s focus is to promote the adoption of homeless pets, provide affordable spay/neuter services and advocate for lifesaving public policy. LifeLine opened its first spay/neuter clinic in February 2005 and its second in 2010.

To learn more about LifeLine Animal Project’s clinics, adoptions, community programs and spay/neuter services visit:
LifeLine Animal Project is a non-profit organization working on collaborative no-kill solutions to stop the euthanasia of healthy and treatable dogs and cats in shelters.
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