The ElleVet Challenge, a Cellular Reduction Effort Offering Free Veterinary Care, Meals, Provides to Homeless and Avenue Pets Arrives in Orlando, FL January 13th and 14th

PORTLAND, Maine, January 6, 2022 / PRNewswire / – “The ElleVet Project,” a national not-for-profit arm of the science-led CBD + CBDA pet company ElleVet Sciences, is coming in for the first time Orlando Florida to provide much-needed FREE veterinary care, food, and supplies to the homeless and stray pets.

The ElleVet Project, a national not-for-profit organization dedicated to providing free veterinary care to the homeless and stray animals, brings its relief missions to Orlando on January 13-14.

The mobile relief effort will bring homeless pets to the Christian Service Center (located at 808 West Central Blvd. Orlando, Florida 32805) Thursday January 13th from 9 am14 o’clock and Friday January 14th from 8 o’clock in the morning12 o’clock (Midday). For more information, please visit or call 844-947-4871.

While “The ElleVet Project” is traveling around the area The United States In their 32-foot RV, named “ElleVan,” the organization works with city officials and communities to house a rotating team of compassionate and professional veterinarians who provide free veterinary care to the most endangered animals. Community-oriented sponsors are again donating medical supplies, food and aid to the project. Services include vaccines, flea and tick prevention, deworming, and general health checkups, as well as emergency surgery and other services as needed. The ElleVet project is unique in that the team travels where the homeless gather to find pets that may never have received veterinary care.

Knowing what to expect on an aid tour of this magnitude, the company’s co-founders Amanda Howland and Christian Kjaer have raised their goals for 2022 for “The ElleVet Project” to be in starting this month. Treat 5,000 needy pets Orlando.

“The ElleVet Project” was officially established in April 2021 as a non-profit arm of ElleVet Sciences dedicated to helping and giving back to homeless and endangered animals. Howland and Kjaer originally developed the project in 2020 as a pilot program in response to COVID-19, knowing that the homeless had even fewer resources than usual and their pets were in a very vulnerable position. Last year the team treated more than 3,000 pets.

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The project was supported by veterinarians across the country and by many prominent supporters, including animal lovers Demi Moore, Jane Lynch, Sarah Paulson, Rumer Willis, Judy Greer, Amanda Schull, Mark Steines, Rich iron, Georgia May Jagger, Manolo Gonzalez Vergara placeholder image; together with canine influencers like Norbert the Dog, Glee the Golden Retriever, Finni the Pug and Louie the Golden Retriever.

“People told me that medical care allowed them to literally bring their pets’ food to their own tables,” said co-founder Howland. “We are delighted to be able to offer these invaluable services to pets Orlando. “

β€œIt was often a heartbreaking experience to see how much our efforts affected and affected the owners of the pets we could help, and so we wanted to broaden our vision for the project,” said Kjaer, CEO of ElleVet Sciences.

Free homeless pet services cannot come without the generous support of corporate and personal donations, and the sooner The ElleVet Project receives donations, the sooner mobile veterinary units can be deployed across the country.

More information and donation support for “The ElleVet Project” can be found at All donations go towards vaccines, medical supplies, and emergency surgery. To see The ElleVet Project’s efforts in action, visit @Ellevetproject on Facebook and Instagram.

ABOUT ELLEVET SCIENCES: ElleVet Sciences is a leading science-led pet CBD + CBDA company based in Portland, Maine, and the first and only company to conduct clinical studies with proven results with its cannabinoid and terpene oil blend. ElleVet was founded by Christian Kjaer and Amanda Howland in 2017, and the entire ElleVet team combines a science, veterinary background with a commitment to animals through research and innovation. You can find more information at or on the social networks @Ellevetsciences on Facebook and Instagram.


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