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A Tribute to Pearl

A Tribute to Pearl

Blog by Allison Brandon, DPA Medical Director  Much of what we do in rescue is exhilarating. Our work is meaningful, and we see the difference we make in countless lives every single day. But rescue work can also be heartbreaking and downright ugly. We choose to see...

A Letter from Laz

A Letter from Laz

I know it’s raining today, and that’s kind of lame, but I have some good news! My friends at Preston Road Animal Hospital said I could come in for a free re-check and weight update, so Foster Mom took me this afternoon. Guess what they said? They said that, not only do I not have to be in my crate so much anymore, but I’m finally at a healthy weight, and I’m clear to start coming off my anti-anxiety meds! My allergy problems have cleared up, too!

Just in case: Animal Disaster Preparedness

Just in case: Animal Disaster Preparedness

Floods, tornadoes, earthquakes, wildfire, and storms of all kinds are natural disasters and should be prepared for continuously. Weather can change quickly and protecting your most valuable possessions should be top of mind – including your pets. Luckily you can begin the groundwork now, in honor of National Animal Disaster Preparedness Day on May 8th, by gathering some of your dog or cat’s most helpful belongings in the case of an emergency.

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Help us care for our adoptable pets by making your gift today:

$35 – One Feline Leukemia Virus (FeLV) test
$50 – One x-ray
$75 – Spay/neuter surgery for one puppy/kitten
$100 – Annual vaccinations for one animal
$500 – Heartworm treatment for one animal
$1,000 – Emergency stomach surgery – foreign object removal
$2,500 – Boarding & behavior training for one month

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