Prairie Paws Rescue: Sponsor a Pet Grant Report
How did this grant help your organization and the pets in your care?
Helping with extra medical costs and care of the animals in our foster-home-based rescue
We have many pets that come to our rescue who need all medical work completed prior to adoption. We complete the following prior to adoption: spay/neuter; shots; kennel cough, flea and tick treatment; rabies shot; wormer; microchip and adopter information updated; grooming; and vet visit. There are many that come in that also need eye or ear drops for infections. Many of our dogs also are on special diet food due to crystals in the urine. The cost to update medical work always exceeds our adoption fee of $150.
How many pets did this grant help?
Please provide a story of one or more specific pets this grant helped.
The dogs currently in our care that are on special diet foods due to UTI include Maggie (first photo), Model T (second photo), Lilly (third photo), Balto, Macy, Chumley and Maggie. Koshi too was on the special diet food and has now gone to a new home and continues the special diet.