Pet Crisis Fund
From January 2014 to December 2019, the Pet Crisis Fund has helped over 200 families with pets receive emergency veterinary care. Assistance has included examinations, obstructions, parvo treatment, emergency surgeries, and humane euthanasia. Below are just a few of the many pets this fund has helped. Or, you can read more stories on our blog!
Thanks to our East Side Pet Crisis Fund, we are able to help keep pets with their people by providing emergency veterinary care. But we aren’t able to help unless funds are available. YOU can make a difference in the life of a community pet, and keep a family whole by donating to this fund.
Metro East residents in need of emergency veterinary care for their pets may call our outreach hotline at (314) 399-9738.
We received a call from a community member concerned about her dog J-Lo in active labor. Unfortunately, she had complications and the puppy didn’t make it. Because J-Lo is a senior and had such a difficult delivery, we scheduled her spay surgery immediately. She also had pyometra and was hospitalized for a few days, but she quickly bounced back returned home spayed, vaccinated, microchipped, and dewormed!
Click here to read more about J-Lo’s story.
Poor Huck was attacked by a dog, resulting in several wounds to his stomach. The trauma had weakened a muscle in his stomach, and he endured an inguinal hernia. Huck had what ended up being a very difficult surgery where they repaired his hernia and neutered him, and he returned home to his family!
Click here to read more about Huck’s story.
Taco was attacked by a large dog. Dental x-rays confirmed his jaw was fractured in two places. He needed surgery to wire his jaw back together. Thanks to our Pet Crisis Fund, Taco was able to have surgery. He made a full recovery and was neutered, vaccinated, and microchipped once healthy. His family was so happy he is home!
Click here to read more about Taco’s story.
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