Berea ARF pet microchip day, July 19, 2014 from 11AM - 3PM
Why MICROCHIIP your pet?
Each year, thousands of lost and abandoned animals are taken in by shelters and humane societies across North America; some never make it back home because they can't be identified.
Collar tags can break or become unreadable and tattooing can become illegible. So, if you want to improve your pet's chances of getting home fast and safe in case it goes missing, microchipping is your best option.
- $25 to microchip your pet.
- $10 rabies vaccines will be available for dogs and cats.
- Please have your cats in a carrier and your dogs on leashes.
Berea Animal Rescue Fund “ARF” began in 1987 in one family’s garage in a southwestern suburb of Cleveland, Ohio. This grass roots movement was born when a small group of animal lovers recognized the desperate housing and healthcare needs of the homeless animals in the area.The ARF movement grew when the city of Berea provided us a small building, utility costs included. In return, ARF would always have a cage open for the city’s stray animals. Now, after 20 years of service and thousands of success stories later, ARF continues to save lives and make friends.
ARF’s Mission Statement
For the betterment of the lives of stray and abandoned animals, Berea’s Animal Rescue Friends, Inc. promises to:
Give loving care and companionship for as long as needed;
Provide shelter, food and medical necessities;
Seek quality homes through adoption programs;
Create public interest and awareness of animal rights and issues; and promote action and advocacy for all of the above.
390 Barrett Rd, Berea, OH 44017