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FEATURES 29


Mr. and Mrs. Swanson were the winners of this beautiful basket at Rover’s Rest Stop annual Spring Fling adoption event.


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Hi! I am Spencer, the most beautiful and well-mannered Wheaten Scottie you will ever meet! If you would like more information please contact D, Rover’s Rest Stop at 480-600-2828 or by email at D@RoversRestStop.com. Come see us at PETCO on May 11 and May 25.


We are always asked, “What can we do


to help rescue organizations?” This article is from Pecan Grove Veterinary Hospital’s newsletter. We couldn’t have said it better. Rescue groups survive on the generosity


of people like you who care about the welfare of the animals on this earth. While they may get some donated items from time to time, rescues have to run their organizations on budgets just like any other business. The expenses incurred by rescue groups


are enormous. Veterinary care, even when offered at reduced cost, is one of the biggest costs. They also have food, housing, transportation, boarding and grooming costs. Adoption fees cover only a small portion of each animal’s expenses. Rescue groups have the animals they take


in tested for diseases such as heartworm, feline leukemia and tick-borne illnesses. They have them spayed and neutered by veterinarians who offer surgeries at reduced costs but are still expensive for the rescues. They vaccinate the pets and treat them for ticks and fl eas. Many of the pets are sick and need to have


blood tests and veterinary hospitalization. Some have broken bones or other injuries requiring surgery. Some are old and diffi cult to place in new homes, so are kept by volunteer foster homes to live out the remainder of their lives in comfort and safety.


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