BUTTE COUNTY, Calif. – The Haven Humane Society will be making changes to how they will serve the community due to the coronavirus outbreak.
Starting Wednesday, March 18, Haven Humane Society will be limiting the number of people allowed in their lobbies at any given time.
The organization is encouraging people to license their dogs by mail. To do so, CLICK HERE to download an online application and then mail in your license fee with a check or credit card information along with proof of rabies vaccine.
Haven Humane Society will be adding an additional 30 day grace period to any licensing during this time.
“We will continue to post pictures of any found stray dogs and encourage anyone who has lost or found a dog to call our receiving department at 241-2550 for assistance. We are asking anyone wishing to surrender stray, healthy cats to release them where they were found and bring them in after the public health recommendation for social distancing is removed.”
The organization will also not be offering its weekly vaccine clinic during this time. To help with this change, they will offer to follow up vaccinations at their hospital for clinic pricing.
The time slot available for these services is Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. There are no qualifications required. Neuter/Spay appointments will continue to be scheduled based on availability.
Those who come to Haven for any services and do not have an appointment will be seen when possible, but the organization asks the public to be patient during this time.
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