Rescue groups and the general public are invited to learn about
medical and behavioral aspects of successfully adopting pets.
SARASOTA, Fla., July 16, 2015 – Dr. Anne Chauvet, a veterinary neurologist and founder of CriticalVetCare veterinary emergency and specialty center, will discuss the medical and behavioral aspects of successfully adopting rescue pets, gained from 20 years of working with rescues and shelters, at a presentation Thursday, July 25, 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at the Gulf Gate Library. Local rescue groups also are invited to display information about their organizations.
In a presentation titled “From the Streets to Our Arms: Rescuing Pets and Healing Them”, Chauvet will tell those who rescue or adopt rescue pets how to address medical and behavioral issues, gently and proactively, to help pets adapt successfully to their new environment. Rescue organizations may drop off promotional information about their organizations to CriticalVetCare, 4937 S. Tamiami Trail in Sarasota, no later than July 24, for display at the presentation, and the general public also is invited to attend. More information is available by calling 941-929-1818 or online at www.Facebook.com/CriticalVetCare.
CriticalVetCare, based in Sarasota, Fla., is a 24-hour emergency and specialty clinic with comprehensive diagnostic capabilities, which was founded by veterinary neurologist and neurosurgeon Dr. Anne Chauvet in 2010. The practice also treats brain, spinal cord and neuromuscular conditions in animals. CriticalVetCare is located at 4937 S. Tamiami Trail, Sarasota, Fla. More information is available online at www.CriticalVetCare.com and www.Facebook.com/CriticalVetCare or by calling 941-929-1818.