I have been given a wonderful opportunity to return to a place very close to my heart! As some of you may remember, last summer I volunteered with Rural Area Veterinary Services (RAVS) and traveled to White Mountain, Az to provide medical care to local animals. I recently found out that I have been selected to return and provide veterinary services to a much deserving community! The communities here are located in very remote, rural areas and many of the families are living in poverty. Furthermore, illnesses such as Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever, Canine Distemper, and Parvovirus are extremely prevalent in pets, along with a growing overpopulation problem. Each year, RAVS puts on a week-long clinic which provides things like wellness exams, core vaccinations, flea/tick prevention, medical treatments, and spays and neuters! The best part is that it is completely free! As you can imagine, providing free veterinary care to hundreds of animals in various health conditions is not cheap. Each volunteer has been asked to raise money so we can bring enough supplies to help as many animals as possible! Any support is much appreciated, whether it be donations or thoughts for safe travels! Thank you so much! 🐶🐱❤️
What do your donations support?
Free life saving medical care, and preventative care for a community in need.
$10- Vaccines for one dog or cat
$25- Treats one dog for life-threatening tick-borne illness
$35- Anesthetic and surgery supplies for one spay/neuter
$75- Life-saving parvovirus treatment for one puppy
$100- Spay/Neuter, vaccines, and wellness care for one dog or cat
$250- Emergency surgery and aftercare for one seriously injured dog or cat
In addition to vaccinations and spay/neuter surgeries for 100’s of animals, we will also be treating animals with life-threatening diseases such as parvo, distemper, and tick-borne illnesses.