AARCS Veterinary Hospital

The AARCS Veterinary Hospital is designed specifically for the homeless animals in AARCS’ care!
Our New Home + Vet Clinic is located at 5060 – 74 Ave SE, Calgary, AB T2C 3C9!

These are some of the homeless, forgotten and abandoned animals AARCS supports every day. These sad stories are our reality, and the reason why we need your support. It is unacceptable for any animal to suffer. This is why AARCS exists, and we will not stand by or turn our backs on those animals. We are here to end animal suffering, and help foster a compassionate world for all.

AARCS’ Patients at our New Veterinary Hospital!

You have the power to change the lives of animals!

CHECK OUT OUR NEW CLINIC!

AARCS is a leader in the animal welfare community, and Albertans turn to us for help. 3,200 animals come through AARCS programs each year. We have an exceptional medical program with some of the highest standards of care in the industry. This provides us with the ability to grant second chances to thousands of homeless animals. However, this also means that the medical expenses to support those animals surpass all other financial requirements.

This has created a critical need to expand our operations and build our own private AARCS Veterinary Hospital.

Forming the Alberta Animal Rescue Crew Society (AARCS) Veterinary Hospital will reduce our medical costs by approximately half a million dollars in the first year alone, with a potential savings of $5,000,000 or more over ten years. With these savings in veterinary fees, we will be able to help more homeless and abandoned animals. This will allow more of your donated dollars to be applied directly to animal rescue and care.

How You Can Help!

Become and Animal’s Hero

• You have the power to save the lives of animals.

Sponsor an Animals Surgery

• $100 Spay/Neuter sponsorship for one cat
• $150 Spay/Neuter sponsorship for one dog
• $250 Cat Care sponsorship
• $400 Dog Care sponsorship
• $500 Eye Removal Surgery sponsorship
• $ 700 FHO Surgery sponsorship
• $1,000 Leg Amputation Surgery sponsorship
• $1,200 Parvo Treatment sponsorship
• $2,000 Spay/Neuter for Feral Cat Colony Sponsorship
• $3,000 Spay/Neuter Clinic for Assistance Program Sponsorship

Sponsor a Room

• $1,000 Vet Pharmacy sponsorship for 1 year


To get more information on how you can help through gift-in-kind donations, sponsorship opportunities or more please email deanna@aarcs.ca or call 403-250-7377 ext 5.

As a registered charity, AARCS will issue tax receipts for eligible gifts (financial or in-kind) valued at $20 or more.

In December 2016, AARCS started their expansion project to build a NEW SHELTER and VETERINARY HOSPITAL! With your continued support, we will be providing quality care for the thousands of animals each year!

WHERE WE STARTED!

“The project for a veterinary hospital is essential and will allow the organization to continue to help hundreds of animals, reducing animal homelessness and improving our community. The project will drastically reduce costs for the organization allowing them to have an even bigger impact.”

Dr. Audrey Remedios
Dr. Audrey RemediosB.Sc, DVM, DACVS

“The Alberta Animal Rescue Crew is a very innovative and stable organization. Without them, our organization would struggle to place the many unwanted animals we receive at our clinics and it would be very challenging to implement the new program for the Siksika First Nation.”

Nancy Larsen
Nancy LarsenPresident of the Alberta Spay Neuter Task Force

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Why Support AARCS?

AARCS has a proven track record of performance, fiscal responsibility, and growth management. This has helped us save over 12,000 animal lives since its inception a decade ago. AARCS provides the highest level of animal care, medical management, and has developed industry leading adoption programs. As a member of the Canadian Federation of Humane Societies and a leader in animal welfare in Alberta, AARCS uses its collaborative relationships to work towards ending animal homelessness throughout our province. We rescue and work hard to tackle the underlying problem of animal homelessness through our spay and neuter community initiatives and humane education programs in the schools and communities where we work.