We all want our pets to have the best care possible. But sometimes life interferes with even the best of intentions. Jobs or homes are lost. Families split up. Accidents and illnesses happen. Suddenly, money for a visit to the vet - or even pet food - isn't there any more.
Pets In Need is committed to helping pets stay healthy and together with the people who love them.
As a new nonprofit organization, we're honored to have received a very generous grant from Banfield Charitable Trust. The grant will directly fund the basic veterinary care of approximately 450 cats and dogs at our clinic in 2014. Many thanks, Banfield!
ABOUT BANFIELD CHARITABLE TRUST: Banfield Charitable Trust is the largest nonprofit solely devoted to preventing the separation of pets from their people. Banfield Charitable Trust programs provide financial assistance for veterinary care and pet care programs such as pet food grants, temporary foster care, and behavioral training assistance to struggling pet owners. Learn more at banfieldcharitabletrust.org.
Channel 12 weekend news anchor, Paula Toti visits the clinic with her dog, Cassie!