Humane Society of Naples to Launch Mobile Veterinary Clinic

13 Mar 2019 11:04 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

Humane Society Naples Executive Director Sarah Baeckler Davis announced a $400,000 gift from Jennifer Conery to purchase, outfit and staff Collier County’s first mobile veterinary clinic. HSN plans to launch the clinic in 2019 with the goal of providing 10,000 surgeries, vaccinations and wellness appointments annually in low-income areas of the county.

Baeckler Davis said the new mobile clinic will allow HSN to work with community partners to help reduce feral cat populations by hosting trap-neuter-release events. In conjunction with the launch of the mobile clinic, HSN will begin providing low-cost or free preventative care services in some areas of the county.

“The best way to make sure an animal doesn’t need our shelter services is to keep her in a loving home,” Baeckler Davis said. “By providing preventative medicines and vaccines along with spay-neuter services, we can help keep animals healthy which will keep them at home with their families.”

Conery made the donation in memory of her beloved boxer, Paige, who was her constant companion for 13 years. She said she hopes her donation will provide the care needed to keep animals in their homes. Once it is completed, the clinic will allow for a dramatic increase in the number of animals HSN can treat each year to reach areas that don’t always have access to high-quality, affordable veterinary care.

“It’s just so exciting that they Humane Society is going to have this mobile clinic now,” Conery said.

Humane Society Naples was founded in 1960 to address a growing homeless animal population in Collier County. Its mission remains to shelter animals in times of need, to locate life-long homes and to promote responsible pet ownership through education, legislation and sterilization.

The organization has found homes for more than 100,000 animals. Each year the organization serves thousands of displaced dogs, cats and small mammals, by providing shelter and working with partner organizations to provide a strong safety net for Collier County’s animal community. Additionally, it serves thousands of client animals through the Humane Society Naples Veterinary Clinic.

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