Samson and his dad were living out of his dad’s pickup truck last winter when we first met them. Samson was experiencing some stomach upset, likely from eating expired canned food. Our team was able to use our Keeping Pets and People Together fund to run some lab work and give him medication to help him feel better. Once Samson was feeling better, we updated his vaccines and provided parasite prevention so that they could move into their new apartment. We’re seeing so many more people facing situations like this, which is why we created this guide to connect people to resources for their pets: https://communitypetcareclinic.com/resources. Thanks to the grant from the Synchrony Pillar Project and our generous donors, we were able to help Samson and his owner stay together!
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- Help us reach our $10,000 matching fundraising goal!November 21, 2021Our mission is to remove the barriers that prevent pets from getting veterinary care and we set aside $1 from […]