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The Kentucky Humane Society's free Pet Help Line offers advice and resources for local pet owners.
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In September 2016, the Veterinary Poisons Information Service launched a pilot helpline for pet owners. Following feedback from veterinary practices, we have decided to separate the services to reflect the different advice we give to owners compared to vets. Whenever disaster strikes, call 888-HomeAgain to reach our pet Emergency Medical Hotline and get potentially life-saving advice when you need it most.
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Photo provided by FlickrThe Kentucky Humane Society's Pet Help Line provides free advice for whatever animal issues you are experiencing
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A pet emergency can strike outside of your primary veterinarian's office hours or far from home. Unless you are a trained professional, it can be hard to know what you should and shouldn't do to help your dog or cat. Your annual HomeAgain membership includes free, anytime telephone assistance provided by licensed ASPCA veterinarians-- a $65 value per call. Whenever disaster strikes, call 888-HomeAgain to reach our pet Emergency Medical Hotline and get potentially life-saving advice when you need it most.Stateline-Hillcrest also provides kennel boarding, pet nutritional advice, , behavioral counseling, ID for pets and a full pet pharmacy. We urge all pet owners to have their pets spayed or neutered when not contemplating a breeding program in the future. These are procedures we can provide.In addition to providing advice for cats and dogs, McClellan and the Pet Help Line’s trained volunteers can connect owners with local rescues that focus on other animal species.The Kentucky Humane Society's Pet Help Line provides free advice for whatever animal issues you are experiencing. Please note: our Help Line Coordinator is not a veterinarian and cannot give medical advice. We can give referrals to veterinarians. Whether you need help managing your cat's or dog's behavior or need a referral for pet friendly housing or shelters, pet food banks, low cost vet clinics or KHS assistance programs, call the KHS Pet Help Line at 502-509-4PET (4738).Pet Poison Helpline is staffed by trained veterinary health experts, including: veterinarians, licensed veterinary technicians, clinical toxicologists, board-certified veterinary toxicologists, board-certified internal medicine and emergency critical care specialists, pharmacologists, and other health care professionals. All of our medical staff members have received extensive training in the area of veterinary toxicology. We keep abreast of new research and information in the field of toxicology to ensure that every caller receives the most accurate treatment advice possible for the care of the pet.The Kentucky Humane Society's Pet Help Line provides free advice for whatever animal issues you are experiencing. Please note: our Help Line Coordinator is not a veterinarian and cannot give medical advice. We can give referrals to veterinarians. Whether you need help managing your cat's or dog's behavior or need a referral for pet friendly housing or shelters, pet food banks, low cost vet clinics or KHS assistance programs, call the KHS Pet Help Line at 502-509-4PET (4738).