Time: 10:00am – 12:00pm
Do you have general questions on how to use a computer, the Internet, email, Microsoft Word or Microsoft Excel? Need help with your Facebook, Twitter or Instagram account? Looking for assistance with your laptop, tablet, or cell phone?
Drop in and ask our volunteer! Free Wi-Fi available.
By the time you are reading this newsletter, we hope to have power to our new message board. The board was purchased with a portion of a large donation we received from the estate of John and Olive Lyman. The message board will serve many purposes and will keep us on the up and up with this new technology for years to come. Be sure to check it out next time you stop by!
You must sign up in the Dining Room for lunch that day to be eligible for the drawing.
Open to Senior Citizen of Norwich. Cats and Dogs Only.
Call Elizabeth for Appointment (860) 594-4502 x 6306
More Information & Frequently Asked Questions
Where is the clinic held? The clinic will be held at the Rose City Senior Center (Art Room). There will be signs to point you in the right direction.
Who can attend this clinic? This clinic is meant to serve Norwich Senior Citizens who may not have the access to veterinary care for their beloved pets due to financial reasons.
What is the cost of bringing my pet(s) to this clinic? This clinic is FREE! Funding is provided by the Letz Fund for Animals and the Environment (Community Foundation of Eastern Connecticut), Long Foundation, Chelsea Groton Bank, Charter Oak Federal Credit Union and the CT Humane Society.
What are the services provided to pets at these clinics? Each pet seen by our vet will get a general wellness exam, rabies and distemper vaccinations (as needed), a flea/tick preventative, dewormer (as needed), and their nails trimmed. Additionally, dogs will get tested for heartworm. Pet food and supplies are available as well. Residents of Norwich will have the option of licensing their dog, free of charge, after pets receive the required rabies vaccine.
Is there a limit to the number of pets or type of pet I bring? We can see up to 2 pets per family in a single visit. Only dogs or cats will be seen. All dogs must be leashed and all cats must be in carriers. We reserve the right to refuse sick, pregnant, or aggressive pets.
Do I need an appointment to have my pet(s) seen? Yes. Appointments are needed. Please call Elizabeth at (860) 594-4502 x6306 to make an appointment for the April 25th Norwich Pet Wellness Clinic. Visits with the veterinarian will typically take about 10-15 minutes for each pet. There to be a short wait time. Your patience and cooperation is greatly appreciated.
Do I need to bring any paperwork to show my proof of need? No. We do not screen for financial need.
Do I need to bring anything other than my pet(s)? If your pet has been previously seen by another veterinarian, please bring any records you have.
Come and join this fun group to knit and crochet your own craft projects!
Members are welcome to work on some volunteering projects as well.