Animal services

Clovis Animal Services website shines the spotlight on services



It has been over a year since Clovis Animal Services launched its new website and it has seen positive results.

Clovis Animal Services launched a new website on September 8, 2020 that not only helps highlight the services Clovis offers to animals, but also helps the community find and report lost animals. Since its launch, the website has helped animal services see an increase in the number of animals found and reunite lost animals for the benefit of their owners.

This website has been a great help not only in bringing owners and pets together, but also in showing the services that Clovis seeks to provide to help the animals in the community.

Clovis Animal Services Director Betty Cochran explains how this website has shown how important animals are to the town of Clovis.

“The people who find it and engage in it now know we exist,” Cochran said. “Sometimes people don’t know we exist because we’re not as big as the SPCA or Fresno Humane, so that kind of gives us a refuge in Clovis and that’s what we do, so it helps a lot. . “

Clovis Animal Services is an organization that not only works with the Clovis Police Department but also with the Miss Winkles Pet Adoption Center to not only try to recover reported lost animals, but to give them the best possible care. possible and seek to find comforting homes for the animals.

Supervisor of Miss Winkles, Erin Ford talks about the benefits of this website and the organization of how Clovis runs his animal department.

“What we’re trying to do is establish good practices, let more people know about us, but also let people know more about what we’re doing and how we’re trying to help,” Ford said. “Not only the animals in our care, but the animals in our community are really using modern practices and tools to maximize our place in the community. “

George Rodriguez of Clovis Animal Services echoed this post indicating how well the two organizations Clovis Animal Services and Miss Winkles have worked together. The practices they use to ensure that all animals are taken care of from the time they are found until the time they find a new home.

“I am amazed at the quality of the work they provide,” Rodriguez said. “I would like the community to know that if your pet gets lost and finds its way to Betty’s establishment, that animal will be extremely well cared for and if the owner is not found for some reason, that animal will go. be treated by a vet, if he needs veterinary care, and cared for alongside Betty until he is ready for adoption. From there, he will be taken to the Miss Winkles Pet Adoption Center.

Even if you don’t work for animal services, there are plenty of ways to help. Share screenshots of pets on the Animal Services website via social media platforms (Facebook, Nextdoor, Twitter, etc.) New Home.

If you would like to volunteer for Clovis Animal Services or would like more information on where you can report a lost or found pet, you can visit the Clovis Animal Services website at https: //www.clovisanimalservices.com/. You can also call or text the Animal Response Team at 559-324-2450.

Fun fact: November is Senior Pet Adoption Month. If you are looking to adopt a pet, senior pets are a good option if you are looking for a great companion that won’t need a lot of training. Ask the shelter for more information on an older animal if you are concerned about health issues in a possible adoption option.


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