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Support Line:

855-303-PETS

(855-303-7387)

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Upcoming Events

Dec
22
Mon
2014
all-day Clinton TWP/Mt. Clemens Spay/Neu... @ Macomb County Animal Shelter
Clinton TWP/Mt. Clemens Spay/Neu... @ Macomb County Animal Shelter
Dec 22 all-day
Clinton TWP/Mt. Clemens Spay/Neuter Transport @ Macomb County Animal Shelter | Charter Township of Clinton | Michigan | United States
Need spay/neuter and don’t want to drive to Warren? Our Transport Van will safely pick your pet up in the morning in front of Macomb County Animal Shelter, fix your pet at our Warren clinic[...]
all-day Livingston County Spay/Neuter Tr... @ Humane Society of Livingston County
Livingston County Spay/Neuter Tr... @ Humane Society of Livingston County
Dec 22 all-day
Livingston County Spay/Neuter Transport @ Humane Society of Livingston County | Howell | Michigan | United States
Need spay/neuter and don’t want to drive to Warren? Our Transport Van will safely pick your pet up in the morning at the Humane Society of Livingston County, fix your pet at our Warren clinic[...]

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Pet Support

Welcome to the Pet Support website!

Call us at: 855-303-PETS (855-303-7387)

The line is staffed by live personnel during the following days/hours:

Tues, Wed, Thurs, Fri – 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

After hours, please leave a message and we’ll return your call within 24 hours

 

The purpose of the Pet Support Line service is to create, foster and preserve the human-pet bond by helping families who might otherwise feel compelled to give up their pets and by assisting those who can offer a good home but need help finding the perfect new addition to their family.

 

Please note: The Pet Support Line is a free service to assist people with certain pet issues and to help those who want to adopt, find a new family member. Please note that we are not able to take your pet. If you must rehome your pet, please look at rehoming your pet yourself. The local animal shelter or animal control should be a last resort after you have exhausted all other resources; rescue groups, friends, family, veterinarians, temporary fosters and neighbors and are unable to keep the pet yourself.

IF YOUR PET IS ACTING VERY DIFFERENTLY OR APPEARS SICK OR DISTRESSED, THE PROBLEM COULD BE MEDICAL. YOU SHOULD ALWAYS CONTACT YOUR VETERINARIAN AS SOON AS POSSIBLE FOR ANY MEDICAL CONCERNS.

DISCLAIMER: Any information or advice provided by All About Animals Rescue (“AAAR”) as part of the Pet Support Line or otherwise does not constitute professional advice. Such information and advice is provided AS IS, WHERE IS and without any representations or warranties, whether express, implied or otherwise, of any kind. AAAR is not responsible for the use of such information or advice. This free service is provided subject to your assumption of responsibility for your use of any information or advice. By receiving such information or advice, you agree to accept such responsibility and bear all risk, indemnify and hold harmless AAAR and its officers, directors, employees, volunteers and agents (“AAAR Parties”) against any and all claims relating to your use of such information or advice, and release AAAR and the AAAR Parties from any claims relating to your use.