AARCS Veterinary Needs
These four mini-campaigns are part of our over-all AARCS Capital Campaign. Funds raised will be added to the ultimate goal of $500,000!
Gifts of $100 – $4,999
• Name engraved on a permanent plaque at the new facility
• Name on our Wall of Support on our website
More levels listed on Capital Campaign page!
February is National Pet Dental Health Month! You can give an AARCS Animal a smile by contributing to the cost of our dental equipment. Believe it or not, AARCS spent over $95,000 on dental surgeries for cats and dogs in 2016! We currently have over 30 Animals in Care who are in need of dental surgery commonly caused by neglect causing preventable dental disease to extremely painful abscesses which affect their ability to eat or drink. Animals just like Miranda (Dog), Striker and Newbie (Cats) who are on our long list of animals awaiting dental surgery! Wouldn’t it be great if they didn’t have to wait because we had the equipment you helped provide.
Please consider giving a donation below to help us provide dental equipment for our new Veterinary Clinic.
You can light up an AARCS animals’ life by contributing to the cost of the surgical lighting for our new Veterinary Clinic. Animals just like Bronco, who required an orthopedic surgery as a result of massive trauma after being hit by a car. This left Bronco with a fractured hip which was very painful and caused him to ‘hop’ from pain and discomfort as he walked. By helping AARCS to acquire professional surgical lighting for our clinic, this type of surgery can be performed in-house saving us enough to do twice as many life changing surgeries!
Please consider giving a donation below to help us provide surgical lighting for our new Veterinary Clinic.
IV’s for PARVO PUPPIES
Intravenous treatment is absolutely essential in providing life saving care to puppies who are suffering from parvovirus. Due to the high volume of un-vaccinated animals within rural areas of our province, this fatal virus is very common among many of our rescued puppies which leaves them fighting to survive. Puppies just like Kita (a 10 week old husky x) who have received this exact life saving treatment after being diagnosed with parvovirus. This little one fought a hard fight and thankfully beat this deadly disease after several days of out-patient IV treatment! Let’s keep these fighters in AARCS care by being able to provide these treatments in our very own Veterinary Hospital!
Please consider giving a donation below to help us provide IV pumps(x4) and IV poles(x4) for our new Veterinary Clinic.
Give yourself the warm fuzzies by helping keep animals warm when they are undergoing surgery in our new AARCS Veterinary Hospital. The longer and more complicated a procedure becomes, the more important it is to keep patients from becoming hypothermic by warming up body fluids. Suki here is a perfect example of a medical case we treat often, animals with embedded quills. Surgeries to remove quills can result in longer surgeries due to the extent of quill migration. A drop in body temperature is always an enemy during surgery, so ensuring we have this vital equipment to help stabilize our patients undergoing treatment is an absolute life saver…and you can help provide!
A GREAT BIG THANKS TO AN ANONYMOUS DONOR! WE HAVE REACHED OUR GOAL FOR OUR FLUID WARMERS! Total has been added to our over-all Capital Campaign!
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