We are so pleased to announce our brand new, state-of-the-art mobile veterinary clinic, MABEL!
Over the past few years, the Humane Society of Summit County has worked to expand beyond the four walls of our shelter to be a resource for our community, prevent animal suffering, and keep animals in loving homes. MABEL, which stands for Making Animals Better and Enriching Lives, a program over two years in the making aims to do just that, and help create a more compassionate community for pets and the people who love them.
The MABEL Clinic is a 28’ vehicle with housing for cats and small dogs on-unit. We travel to partner locations throughout Summit County to provide services on site. The vehicle has the capacity for intake care, surgery preparation, anesthesia, and climate control. In addition to spay/neuter surgery days, vaccination and microchipping clinics will also be offered to help maintain the health of pets.
This program would not be possible without the Cynthia Parker Matthews Family Foundation and our community of friends' robust support of our mission to give voice to Summit County's beloved animals and provide them the care they need and deserve!