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JHS mobile pet health clinic visits Lutheran Social Services in Jacksonville; joint PB&J food drive kicks off next week

On March 26th, tails were wagging as the Jacksonville Humane Society's (JHS) mobile pet vet clinic made its debut at Lutheran Social Services of Northeast Florida (LSS). This marked the first-ever visit of the mobile clinic to LSS, and the response was nothing short of success.

Over 20 furry friends were given preventative medical treatment by the veterinarian on board the mobile clinic. From routine check-ups to vaccinations and minor treatments, each pet received the care they deserved, thanks to the compassionate efforts of the JHS team.

The mobile clinic has its next visit to LSS scheduled for Tuesday, April 2nd, and all appointments are currently booked to capacity. However, walk-ins will be accommodated in the event of a cancellation.

For those seeking pet help resources, visit the JHS pet help center on its website.

Looking Ahead: April 2nd Peanut Butter and Jelly Drive Kickoff

As the mobile clinic gears up for its return to LSS on April 2nd, there's more in store than just medical care. This time, JHS and LSS are teaming up to host a peanut butter and jelly drive, kicking off on National Peanut Butter & Jelly Day.

The organizations have the goal of raising 250 jars from April 2nd through April 5th to help feed more families and their furry friends. The food drive will benefit both organizations. Donations can be brought to the LSS or JHS office or you can donate online by making a purchase on the JHS Amazon wish list.

If you are wanting to place a donation to LSS, visit the LSS Donate Today page.

Help us help the community by donating to our food drive!

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