The Conway Dog Park recently received a new amenity; so, too, did a Conway people park. A total of four Pet Waste-Stations were donated to Conway’s Department of Parks and Recreation by Arkansas Veterinary Emergency and Specialists (AVES).
The new Pet Waste-Stations are constructed of green, powder- coated aluminum, and dispense plastic pet waste pick-up bags. The units also include a lidded collection bin to provide pet owners with a secure place to deposit pet-waste. A supply of pick-up bags was provided to fill the waste stations, as well.
New Pet Waste-Stations have been placed at two trail heads in Conway park system, as well as at the Conway Dog Park.
The hospital has donated free pet waste stations to parks in a number of Arkansas communities as a convenience for pet owners, and to help make the world a better place for pets and the people who care for them. Other Arkansas municipalities receiving free waste stations include Cabot, Ward, Bryant and North Little Rock.
Arkansas Veterinary Emergency & Specialists is a Little Rock-based clinic that work with primary care veterinarians throughout the state to provide services not typically found outside veterinary teaching hospitals. The Doctors at AVES are board certified specialists in disciplines including: ophthalmology, dermatology, dentistry, and internal medicine; the state of the art hospital also offers the services of a Residency-Trained surgeon, and advanced imaging technologies such as CT scans.
AVES does not offer vaccines, flea prevention, or wellness exams: patients are seen by referral from general practice veterinarians. More information about this unique hospital’s services is available at: aveslittlerock.com