July 24, 2020

VCA Animal Hospitals Offering Free Boarding Aid for Pets Displaced by Northern California’s Hog Fire

VCA Animal Hospitals is offering free boarding assistance for pets that have been displaced by the Hog Fire in Northeastern California. The fire burning west of Susanville in the Sierras in Lassen County has burned about 8,000 acres and resulted in evacuations orders for many nearby residents.

“Our regional VCA hospitals are here to provide free boarding assistance to affected pet owners so they know their pets are safe while they attend to their priorities,” said Dr. Todd Lavender, President, VCA Animal Hospitals and Petcare Services. “We understand how stressful it is with so much going on at this time and our six nearby hospitals are here to help.”

Boarding assistance is offered on a space-available basis to pet owners at the following VCA hospitals. Families are encouraged to call ahead to ensure that space is available.

VCA Valley Oak Veterinary Center

2480 Dr Martin Luther King Jr Pkwy, Chico, CA 95928

(530) 342-7387

VCA Butte-Oroville Animal Hospital

751 Oro Dam Blvd E, Oroville, CA 95965

(530) 533-1194

VCA Yuba Sutter Animal Hospital

1368 Colusa Hwy, Yuba City, CA 95993

(530) 673-8853

VCA Gateway Animal Hospital

2006 S Barney Rd, Anderson, CA 96007

(530) 365-4521

VCA Companion Animal Hospital

2133 Eureka Way, Redding, CA 96001

(530) 225-8910

VCA Asher Animal Hospital

2505 Hilltop Dr, Redding, CA 96002

(530) 224-2200

VCA is closely monitoring the situation and its impact on pet families. For updates, please follow your local VCA hospital page on Facebook. More information about VCA hospitals is available at VCAhospitals.com or Facebook.


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