Please help Rylan!!!
Rylan came from an overcrowded rural shelter in South Carolina. As luck would have it, Rylan was brought in as a stray while our volunteers were there pulling dogs and cats. The tiny pup was about 6 weeks old, very thin, and scared. After he came north to our rescue facility, we learned Rylan had several issues: an upper respiratory infection, ringworm, and a yeast infection in his ears. After a series of antibiotics, Rylan seemed to be making great progress, until he suddenly went into respiratory distress. Rylan was rushed to an emergency vet clinic. He had developed double pneumonia and was near death. He was placed on a ventilator in the ICU for 4 days. It was touch and go, but brave little Rylan pulled through.
Rylan's vet bill is over $2,500. We are a small rescue, and any money donated to this campaign will be used toward the cost of Rylan's emergency vet bill. You can help pay for this courageous little dog's care!
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AC&W Newest Changes
For nearly 45 years, Animal Care and Welfare, Inc has worked tirelessly to help animals in the Great Pittsburgh area. We have literally saved hundreds of loving shelter animals through our rescue animal adoption program. We have prevented the birth of hundreds of unwanted litters through our spay and neuter assistance program. We are also happy to have assisted hundreds of pet owners with the cost of emergency veterinary treatment for their beloved pets.
Recently, our Board of Directors made the difficult decision to phase out our veterinary medical assistance program by December 31, 2014. Taking this step will allow AC&W to concentrate more of our resources on collaborating with shelters to help many homeless pets find loving homes and families.
AC&W firmly believes that the single most effective way to help animals is through the spaying and neutering of all pets. So changes are in store for our spay and neuter assistance program as well. Beginning January 1, 2015, pet owners seeking our spay and neuter certificates must apply in writing. Applicants must also meet the Pennsylvania WIC Income guidelines and must provide proof of income. Also, our current headquarters and phone service will no longer be available after the first of the year.
Chester Veterinary Clinic and Dr. Becky Morrow from Frankie's Friends will continue to partner and lend their support to our efforts.
Animal Care and Welfare, Inc is passionate about saving dogs and cats from shelters and preventing the births of unwanted litters of puppies and kittens. Streamlining our programs will allow us to focus on our mission of helping animals, but we cannot do this important job without you. We want to thank each and every one of you for your support throughout the years, and as we move forward, we hope you will continute to support our work on behalf of our animal friends.