Healthy choices - Forever
Our Veterinary friends in the Greater City of Sudbury offer many services to our local rescue groups, including spays, neuters and other surgeries, exams, vaccines, deworming, and diagnostic testing for sick animals (blood work, x-ray, etc.).
We provide 3 vaccinations including Rabies, De-Flea, De-worm, micro-chipping, and spay/neuter of your future friend.
A frequently asked questions (FAQ)
We work with Greater City of Sudbury Veterinarians in the regular and emergency care often needed when Puppies and Adult dogs are rescued. Here are some answers questions we are often asked.
S.A.I.N.T.S. provides for the initial vaccinations your dog or puppy needs for a healthy start. Aside from your initial costs of adoption, the services as stated in the adoption process are free. We provide you the location of the vet to visit, you attend to have the services provided, and that is it! In these time of COVID, Vet process may vary.
Our fees include the basic care which is typically 8-5 M-F. However, our Vet partners may offer alternative arrangements at no additional charge and these may be addressed when you schedule your Vet appointment.
Because we are a charity, and in the interests of keeps our costs down, we have made arrangements with our own Veterinarians in Sudbury. Unfortunately, to use your own vet may not be possible for the S.A.I.N.T.S. vaccination and Neuter/Spay. After that, of course, you may use your own vet of choice.
Ask S.A.I.N.T.S. members for advise or ask the vet contacts we provide. We will do everything we can to answer any questions you have!
S.A.I.N.T.S. is a local non-profit dog rescue group, rescuing neglected, abandoned, or injured dogs, placing them in approved foster homes, and finding them forever families. Each S.A.I.N.T.S. dog goes through a temperament test and training in the foster care and is spayed/neutered and vaccinated. They work hard to match every dog with a family that fits their lifestyle to prevent them from being re-homed in the future. An application, home check, and fee are required for adoption. If the adoptive family can no longer care for the dog, they must notify S.A.I.N.T.S. and surrender the dog back into their care. The rescue covers the costs of all food, crates, and bedding, as well as medical attention and treatments while in the foster home. The more foster homes available, the more dogs they can rescue, so they always welcome new fosters. Please contact them if you are interested in fostering or adopting, please visit their website for the proper application forms.