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Pesach Newsletter, 2014
 
 

Want to adopt a horse?  
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Want to adopt a horse?
 
 

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Boarding Services - SPCA Israel

Boarding Services





The Society provides the opportunity for pet owners to leave their pets in the Society’s boarding facility for a limited time, at low prices that are affordable to everyone, in order to decrease the abandonment of pets to the street when their owners go on vacation.

The boarding facility provides the animals with comfortable conditions: each animal in its own cubicle, and every morning there is a veterinary check-up.

Similarly, each animal that enters the boarding facility has a veterinary check-up at its arrival and departure, for a minimal fee.

Please note - dogs brought for boarding have to have a current rabies and six-point vaccination. Similarly they must have had a vaccination against whooping-cough about two weeks before they are brought in for boarding. Cats need to have the four-point vaccination.
 
Boarding Services
Photographed by Haim Schwarczenberg








 
 
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