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Welfare for Animals Guild (WAG): Sponsor a Pet Grant Report

How did this grant help your organization and the pets in your care?

Puppy vaccinations.

This grant helped us to provide medical care for a semi-feral puppy rescued by our organization.

How many pets did this grant help?


Please provide a story of one or more specific pets this grant helped.

As a young puppy, Petey was discovered running wild on Olympic Peninsula in Washington State, having had no human contact. His mother, a shepherd mix, while not feral, was completely unsocialized. There was a sighting of another puppy, but at this time, we have not been able to rescue that little one. Petey was less than 8 weeks old, and incredibly timid and fearful, when he first got to WAG. After several weeks of volunteers spending time with him and socializing him with friendly, happy-go-lucky dogs, he is coming into his own, seeking attention from people and other dogs. Today, little Petey is curious about his environment and loves to play!

As part of Petey’s rescue and rehabilitation, Welfare for Animals Guild (WAG) is ensuring his physical as well as his emotional and behavioral health. We have used our Sponsor a Pet grant to help pay for Petey’s puppy exam and vaccinations. We are confident that Petey will continue his progress and find his perfect forever home as a happy, healthy, and secure little pup. He is currently listed for adoption on Petfinder. You can meet Petey here.

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