How do I contact PETA by phone?

How do I contact PETA by phone?

PETA India can be reached via mail, phone, fax, web form, or e-mail. Please phone + 98201 22602 if you need to aid an animal that is in imminent bodily danger or in need of veterinary treatment.

Your call will be answered by a PETA India staff member who will help you file a complaint or report an incident. There is no charge for calling PETA, and our hotline number is answered from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday.

You'll have an opportunity during this e-mail exchange to ask questions and make suggestions about animal issues, and we'll try to keep you informed as we progress with your case.

Please write to us at the above address, or visit us at our New Delhi office, which is located near Rajpath, on Jha House Road. Our office hours are 0900-1800 daily.

If you want to send us a fax, please call us first to find out how much it will cost.

What is PETA's number?

Please notify your local police department immediately if an animal is in imminent danger. If your local police agency is unresponsive, call PETA at 757-622-7382, option 2 at any time of day or night. Alternatively, you may contact PETA by completing our Report Animal Cruelty form. We will be happy to review your report and take further action as needed.

How do I get in touch with PETA?

If your local police agency is unresponsive, call PETA at option 2 at any time of day or night. We will review the case promptly and take appropriate action if necessary.

How can I contact my pet insurance company?

You can call our Veterinary Relations staff at 866-838-4874 to discuss basic policy and claims information on your client's behalf, but we are unable to disclose some details due to privacy regulations. My.petinsurance.com allows your customer to file claims and follow claim progress and history. Customers can also sign up for PetSafe's Roadside Assistance Program through this site.

Can you call an ambulance for an animal?

Do not dial 911 if your pet is in difficulty. 911 is exclusively for human emergencies. If your pet is in pain, you should take him or her to the veterinarian right away. Animals will not be helped by paramedics. They are trained to handle humans, not pets.

However, if an emergency situation arises and there is no other option, you can ask that an ambulance be called for your pet. Most animals respond well to pain medications, so unless your pet is in serious distress, it shouldn't cause any problems as long as someone is with it during transport.

The person calling for the ambulance should have all necessary information about where they are sending the animal and what kind of vehicle is being used for transport.

For example, if you were to call for an ambulance because your pet had been bitten by a dog, the operator would know which hospital was closest to the scene of the incident and could arrange for the fastest route possible.

As long as everyone taking part in this effort knows exactly what type of assistance they need, then it is okay to call for an ambulance.

How to call the dog station a "pet salon for dogs"?

For dog grooming services, contact The Dog Station at 01243 792454. During this epidemic, we request that no customers enter the salon. When you arrive, ring the bell and a member of staff will come out to receive or deliver your dog. If you must attend the salon for whatever reason, please contact beforehand and discuss your options with us.

The purpose of this notice is to alert you to the fact that we are currently operating with reduced hours in order to protect our staff from getting infected with Covid-19. As such, we won't be able to accept any new clients at this time.

However, we would like to reassure you that your current pet's needs are still very much valued by us. We operate on a pay as you go basis and all our staff are fully trained in animal nutrition and veterinary medicine.

If you wish to make a payment by credit card, you can do so using our online form here: www.thedogstation.co.uk/payments/.

Alternatively, if you have not made an appointment yet but need to make a payment quickly, you can do so by phone. Our booking line is 0800 112 3470 and our office address is The Old Mill, Lower Higham Farm, West Harling, Essex CM9 3LZ.

We hope you understand why we had to take these measures and thank you for your patience and support during this difficult time.

How to contact Coastal Pet Rescue in Savannah, GA.?

All adopters who are Petfinder members are eligible for a free 30-day insurance coverage from PetFirst. This policy is not the responsibility of Coastal Pet Rescue. To activate the coverage, adopters must call PetFirst's toll-free hotline, 855-710-7387. The policy will not be triggered if adopters do not call.

Coastal Pet Rescue is a small nonprofit organization that operates solely on donations and volunteer work. It is most active during the holiday season when it finds homes for dozens of adoptable dogs and cats. It also offers programs for at-risk youth and adults.

Does PETA really care about animals?

In 2019, PETA assisted over 26,000 companion animals in over 250 cities, including giving spay and neuter treatments to over 12,500 dogs and cats. In addition, via our celebrity spay and neuter programs, PETA focuses on the root of the problem on a national scale. We encourage people to adopt pets from shelters rather than buying from breeders, so that fewer animals are being bred for sale and abandoned when their owners can't afford to keep them.

PETA has also made significant advances in animal rights legislation, most notably with the passage of the Animal Welfare Act in New York State in 2006. That law requires horse slaughterhouses in the state to be equipped with equine-comfort devices such as water bottles and feed buckets that are large enough for a horse to lift its head and drink or eat, respectively. It also requires that horses not be beaten with leather straps or struck with metal rods or sticks; instead, they must be punished by means of electric shocks or pepper sprays.

These are just some examples of how PETA is working to improve the lives of animals. If you ask us, that's something worth cheering about!

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