If you are a good Samaritan or have a helping heart and would like to contribute to our Valley Veterinary Care Foundation Fund you can do so by clicking on this link http://vetcarefoundation.org/ .
We at Valley Veterinary Clinic also give a donation to the fund with every euthanasia that is done at our office. We also have our Valley Veterinary Clinic Cat Adoption Center (VVCCAC), where we are working in conjunction with The Regional Farmington Animal Shelter to adopt out kittens, whom are tested, vaccinated, and sterilized for $100, which goes to the fund see our website page at Cat Adoption.
What is the Veterinary Care Foundation?
The Veterinary Care Foundation (VCF) is a 501(c)(3) charitable foundation created to offer financial support to veterinary practices doing charitable work. Through this foundation Valley Veterinary Clinic has created its own fund to be used for specific cases here in our own clinic. This fund will allow our doctors to find special needs cases such as a Good Samaritan case and assist families in financial crisis. This is part of our “Why” here at Valley Vet, which is “Our family serving your family.”
Picture of Recipients:
This is one of our VCF Recipients: Micheal and his 14 year old dog, Little Bet, who had a dental and had a full mouth extraction of his remaining teeth. Little Bet did great and has recovered well! He has now gain more time with his owner,who is a Veteran and we are all grateful for Micheal’s service.
Here is another VCF Recipient: John and his 15 year old Yorkshire Terrier, Frisbee, who also had a dental and full mouth extraction. His procedure went amazing and he is now pain and infection free. He is now happy at home with John and is living life to the fullest!