We are excited to announce that DoodyCalls Suncoast recently partnered with the Humane Society of Manatee County to give back to the community and promote responsible pet ownership. As part of this partnership, DoodyCalls is offering one month of free service to new customers who have recently adopted a pet. This is an incredible opportunity for pet owners who want to ensure their new rescue family member is happy, healthy, and free from any health hazards that might arise from pet waste. We understand how important those first weeks are with your new family member and know it can be somewhat overwhelming, so we'd love to scoop the poop, so you can focus on loving your new pack member.
The Humane Society of Manatee County has been serving the community for many years, providing essential services such as pet adoptions, spay/neuter surgeries, and wellness programs for cats and dogs. According to their statistics, the Humane Society of Manatee County adopts out approximately 600 animals each year, making a significant impact on reducing the number of animals in shelters. Additionally, their Vet Clinic completed 5,705 spay/neuters for the community last year, an impressive feat that helps to control the pet population and reduce the number of homeless animals.
The Humane Society of Manatee County also runs a TNR (Trap, Neuter, and Release) program that is designed to manage the feral cat population. Last year, their Vet Clinic completed 1800 TNR Community Cat Spay & Neuter surgeries at no charge, which is a massive undertaking that requires a lot of resources and manpower. This program is an excellent example of how the Humane Society of Manatee County is committed to making a difference in the community and helping all animals, regardless of their circumstances.
In addition to their spay/neuter and TNR programs, the Humane Society of Manatee County also provides wellness services for cats and dogs. Last year, they had 13,000 Wellness patients (cats and dogs) and completed 838 dental procedures at their clinic. They also offer vaccines at no charge for seniors as well as low-income individuals, serving over 2000 animals last year. Finally, they operate a Pet Food Pantry, which provides free food to pet owners who may be struggling financially. Last year, the Pet Food Pantry distributed 15,000 lbs of cat and dog food, all thanks to generous donations from the community!
The partnership between DoodyCalls and the Humane Society of Manatee County is a perfect match, as both organizations are dedicated to promoting responsible pet ownership and improving the lives of animals in the community. DoodyCalls recognizes that the first few weeks with a new pet can be overwhelming, and they want to make this transition as easy as possible for pet owners. By offering one month of free service to new customers who have recently adopted a pet, DoodyCalls is committed to helping ensure that pets are receiving the care and attention they need to thrive.
Pet waste removal is an essential service for all pet owners, as it helps to keep our neighborhoods clean and free from potential health hazards. DoodyCalls is happy to take the hassle out of cleaning up after your pet. Our experienced technicians will come to your home on a regular basis to remove pet waste, leaving your yard clean and odor-free, while providing you with white glove service. This service can be especially important for new pet owners who may not have experience cleaning up after a pet and may be overwhelmed by the task.
In conclusion, the partnership between DoodyCalls and the Humane Society of Manatee County is a win-win for everyone involved. Pet owners can take advantage of the one month of free service to ensure their new family member is getting the care they need, and we are happy to support the Humane Society of Manatee Country so they can continue to provide essential services to animals in need.
Moreover, the partnership also highlights the importance of spay/neuter programs, TNR programs, and wellness services for pets. By supporting organizations like the Humane Society of Manatee County, we can help reduce the number of homeless animals and ensure that all pets receive the care they need to live happy healthy lives.