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Help Last Chance Animal Rescue Stay Open!
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Ended Aug 15, 2013
Last Chance Animal Rescue Society is a small non-profit Society in BC, Canada. We have had a very eventful month, leaving us in debt and unable to accept more animals. We are in desperate need of help to get back on track, and continue our rescue ...
Last Chance Animal Rescue Society is a small non-profit Society in BC, Canada. We have had a very eventful month, leaving us in debt and unable to accept more animals. We are in desperate need of help to get back on track, and continue our rescue efforts.

Why we need help?
1.) We just rescued 10 dogs from a hoarding situation in California. They are all in a bad medical, and behavioral state. Since arriving, one needs surgery to remove an infected gland, one re-opened his neuter, two have mange, and one girl hemorrhaged internally from a botched shelter spay (resulting in a $900 emergency vet bill). We spent over $3,500 alone bringing these dogs up and vetting them so far. Keep in mind they each needed a neuter/spay, deworming, flea treatments, grooming, vaccines, dentals (as their teeth were all rotten and broken), microchips, as well as many other various needed treatments.

2.) Rouger, a young black lab who was destined to be shot by his owner in Alberta for having a torn cruciate. He needs a TTA surgery to fix his leg, an estimated $2,300 - $2,700 cost.

3.) Other on-going costs. As it stands, all our dogs come with the basic neuter/spay ($100), two doses of deworming ($40), vaccines ($40), microchips ($40), flea treatments ($20) and a basic exam ($50). That's approx. $300 alone we spend on each dog, not including supplies, food, or travel time. This also doesn't include extras, such as Bert's $800 treatment for IBD, Martha & Ollie's leash aggression training sessions ($200 each), training packages included in adoption packages, Bennie and Maddie's lump removal and dentals ($800 each), Jeremey's kennel cough medication and diagnostic ($170), Brody's thyroid tests and metabolic diet ($500), Molly's Heartworm treatments ($1,500), Darla's toenail ripping off ($300), or dentals for all our hoarding pups and many other dogs ($350 each).

Currently, our veterinary account is over $2,500 dollars as well. This is from the many issues our dogs have, as well as preventative care.

Altogether, we provide the very best for our dogs. From holistic specialty diets, to the absolute best veterinary care, we go over and above for the dogs in our care. There is no questions in regards to costs, if a dog needs a dental, diagnostics, or training help, we get it done. We get our dogs to the very best state (medically, and behaviorally) before adoption. Please help us to continue to do so!
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