We know that pets bring so much love and happiness to families and individuals- and just because someone may be struggling financially doesn’t mean they can’t provide a loving home for a companion animal. To help those in our community who need a helping hand (or paw), GAHS is happy to provide our Community Outreach Clinics.
These clinics offer free basic wellness services for dogs and cats living in homes where their families are struggling to make ends meet in our service communities (Auburn, Canton, Greene, Hebron, Leeds, Lewiston, Livermore, Minot, New Gloucester, Turner, Rumford, Wales).
Our team offers distemper vaccines and rabies vaccines, microchipping for $20, a basic wellness exam and free pet food. If your pet is in need, please visit us at a clinic listed below. Please note that distemper vaccines must have a booster shot after 1 month, so please plan to attend two clinics.
2022 Summer Series
June 11th– Kennedy Park, Lewiston- 9am to 11am
June 25th– Anniversary Park, Auburn- 9am to 11am
July 9th– Anniversary Park, Auburn- 9am to 11am
July 23rd– Kennedy Park, Lewiston- 9am to 11am
August 13th– Moulton Park, Auburn- 9am to 11am
August 27th– PUG (Pop-Up-Garden) on Bartlett Street, Lewiston- 9am to 11am
September 10th– Moulton Park, Auburn- 9am to 11am
October 1st– Kennedy Park, Lewiston- 9am to 11am
October 22nd- Leeds Town Hall- 9am to 11am
November 12th- Leeds Town Hall- 9am to 11am
For more information about each clinic, please check out our Calendar.