P.E.T.S. Enrollment Form
We are proud to announce our People Empowered Through Support program, which allows people within our community to receive monthly supplies and low cost vet care for their animals. This program helps to keep animals in their homes with their families while still providing the best care throughout the Rappahannock Region.
The P.E.T.S. Program currently services residents of King George, Caroline, Stafford, Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania. Do you understand this, and reside in one of these counties? If not, please check back at a later date, as we continue to grow and expand our reach.
Yes, I reside in King George, Caroline, Stafford, Fredericksburg, or Spotsylvania.
All pet food supplies are donated and we may not have the exact brand your pet is used to, which may cause upset stomach. Agree not to hold Fredericksburg Regional SPCA Pantry, its volunteers, staff, and benefactors legally liable in the unfortunate event your pet(s) become ill or is the food upsets your pet(s) stomach. We will do the best we can to accommodate special requests, but we are only able to give what is available to us at the time. Do you agree and understand?
Proof of current vaccinations and spay/neuter surgery for each enrolled animal is required within 6 months of enrollment. (Pet Pantry staff can help any pet parent facilitate vaccinations or spay/neuter for their animals, and pet parents are encouraged to inquire about these services when they arrive to pick up food.) Do you agree and understand?
The pantry does NOT provide food for anyone breeding, selling, or flipping animals and reserves the right to refuse anyone under any circumstances. Do you agree and understand?
By typing your name below, you agree to the provisions about and attest to the information you provided. The undersigned hereby releases Fredericksburg Pantry and all representatives associated therein, from any and all liability related to the pet food and/or care items provided.
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