Sanitaria is a San Francisco, California, animal hospital.
It is a sanctuary for rescued animals, which means that animals are kept in conditions that minimize their chances of contracting diseases and parasites.
That includes using high-sodium and high-fat diets, which can cause diarrhea and vomiting, among other things.
But there are also a few good things about living at Sanitarian.
One of them is that the hospital doesn’t charge for its services.
So, if you can’t afford to buy your own food, there are plenty of alternatives to get you through the day.
One is the vegetarian restaurant The Meat and Potatoes, which serves vegetarian meals, including chicken, pork, beef, lamb, fish and seafood.
The restaurant also offers free haircuts and manicures for animals.
Another option is the animal-centric veterinary clinic The Muppet Rescue.
You can get a $10 voucher for $15 for their cat care.
And don’t forget the animal hospital’s daily pet spa.
The clinic also offers the first-ever, “animal-safe” pet grooming, as well as daily pet walking and a pet clinic that offers a free pet exam and a free blood test.
In addition to all the services, you can also opt for free pet wellness check-ups and daily pet care, and pet vaccinations.
If you’re in the area, you’ll find that the city of Honolulu is a good place to visit if you’re a dog lover or want to stay in touch with the animals there.
For more information about the Sanitas, check out their website.