Medical Information (FRC)
introductory paragraph to begin
AFTER HOURS EMERGENCY
For emergencies outside of business hours (6 pm – 6 am M-F and weekends) call vetting at 763-334-5241.
NOT SURE IF IT’S AN EMERGENCY?
View this document: Medical Emergency Levels
General Vetting Information
- What vetting does my foster dog need to be available for adoption?
- What vetting does my foster cat need to be available for adoption?
- Surgery Shuttle Information
- Partner Clinics
- Heartworm Treatment Information
- Post Spay/Neuter Information (Dogs)
- Post Spay/Neuter Information (Cats)
- Post Dental Information (Dogs)
- Post Dental Information (Cats)
- Dog Spay Incision Chart
- Dog Neuter Incision Chart
- What’s the timeline for vetting my foster animal?
- Once the animal arrives in the foster home, the Foster Medical Manager will reach out to fosters and get them scheduled for vetting as soon as possible. The goal is to try to get surgery done within two weeks of intake but sometimes it is 3-4 weeks. If surgery is scheduled further out, then the Foster Medical Manager will arrange for the foster animal to go into Princeton or go to RSR partner clinic for initial intake vetting.