Ohio Pet Fund Grant

The Ohio Pet Plate fund has provided Rascal Charities, Inc. with a grant to provide subsidized sterilization surgeries for dogs and cats belonging to owners in need of financial assistance. Thanks to this grant, we are able to offer dog surgeries for $35 and cat surgeries for $20, which includes surgery, pain medication, and rabies vaccination if due.

 

The surgeries will be scheduled at the Rascal Unit in Dublin by appointment. This program is only available to Ohio residents, but pet owners residing in any Ohio county are eligible.

 

To qualify, pet owners must provide picture id and proof of one of the following:

 

  1. Section 8 housing voucher
  2. Schedule letter from Ohio Works First
  3. Ohio Medicaid card
  4. Letter from Veteran Benefits Administration acknowledging service-related disability
  5. Ohio Electronic Benefit Transfer (EBT) Card, also called the Direction Card, for supplemental nutrition assistance program, SNAP (previously referred to as “food stamps”)
  6. WIC card (Women Infants and Children nutrition program)
  7. Benefit letter documenting Supplemental Security Income
  8. Benefit letter documenting assistance from Social Security Disability
  9. Tax return showing owner’s family income does not exceed 150% of the federal poverty guideline.

 

How the program works:

This program is only open to owned dogs. Spay/neuter procedures will be provided by the Rascal Unit in Dublin. The grant will cover the cost of sterilization (including complicating factors such as heat cycle or cryptorchid males), Rabies vaccination for dogs and cats 12 weeks of age or older, and pain medication. Any additional services requested, such as other vaccinations or microchip placement, will be made available at regular cost.

To schedule an appointment, send an email to Nickie.c@rascalunit.com. Please include your contact information, your pet’s information, and how you qualify for our program,

Help us provide this service again by supporting the Ohio Pet Plate. Visit their site at www.PetsOhio.com

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Spay/Neuter Clinics in Logan County

LOGAN COUNTY FRIENDS!!!

Rascal Charities, Inc. will be continuing to host Rascal Unit spay/neuter clinic in Logan County. The need for the service and the support from the community and the Logan Co Commissioners have made it possible for us to host these sterilization clinics. The clinic is open to owned and rescue pets.

Clinic location is: Logan County Fairgrounds, 301 E Lake Ave, Bellefontaine, OH 43311.

To reserve an appointment, a $20 non-refundable deposit is required for each pet. This includes a $5 administration fee and the remaining $15 will be applied towards the pet’s surgery. The remaining balance for the surgery and additional services will be due on the day of surgery and can be paid with cash or credit card (no care credit).

Surgery and wellness service pricing are available at www.rascalunit.com.

For additional clinic information, email nickie.c@rascalunit.com

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PitFix event in Logan County!!!

Rascal Charities, Inc. will be hosting a PitFix spay/neuter clinic event at the Logan County Fairgrounds during our Logan Co clinics as funding allows. The Logan Co Commissioners have renewed our grant this year, allowing us to sterilize between 30-40 Pitties and mixes for only $20 to the owner. We are very thankful to the Commissioners for taking a proactive step to help control pet overpopulation and shelter overload.

The event is open to owned Pit Bull and Pit mixes residing in Logan County and is being funded by the Logan County Commissioners.

To reserve an appointment, a $20 non-refundable deposit is required. The $20 will cover the surgery, Rabies and Distemper/Parvo vaccines.

Additional services are available at owner’s request and payment will be due on the day of surgery. Day of surgery services can be paid with cash or credit card (no care credit). Surgery and services pricing available at www.rascalunit.com.

For additional clinic information, email Nickie.c@rascalunit.com


 

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