Is this your business?
Have you ever felt overwhelmed when thinking about all the major problems in the world? If so, maybe this will resonate with you. We decided to focus on doing 1 specific good thing monthly and inviting close friends/family to participate. Why? Because it’s much less overwhelming to focus on something we can actually control. So would you be willing to help us turn a random good thing into a normal good thing? If so…please consider participating in the Invest Love Project!
I've worked closely with this organization's owner Kim Simpson and she is so passionate about helping people get life saving medical care for their beloved dogs. There is nothing scarier than a family member getting sick and then to not be able to afford to make them better is heart breaking. Healthy Canines is dedicated to ensuring people in need have the means to care for their dogs. Well Done Healthy Canines.
Healthy Canines is awesome! We had a neighbor who's house caught on fire in the early hours of the morning. All family members escaped unharmed but the house was a total loss and the family dog, Luna, was on the run. With the assistance of the community we managed to catch the dog a day later. but it was clear she needed veterinary care. Healthy Canines came along our side to help cover the vet bills as we fostered her. After 12 days of treatment She is almost completely healed and is back with her family in a new home. I could not have done this without their financial support. Thank you so much!
After taking Kasey to the vet for her routine annual check-up, I learned that she was in early stages of cataracts. The good news was there is a thing called cataract surgery for dogs (phacoemulsification). Bad news, the surgery was going to cost between $3,000 - $3,500, especially factoring her age (12 years). A coworker asked if I were aware of dog grants, so I began to search and ran across Healthy Canines. TRUE BLESSING!!! The grant process was seamless and it is clear they have a strong passion for dogs. Kasey's surgery was successful, no more grey spots on her eyes and she is back to running the house. I could never say thanks enough to Healthy Canines for both their financial and emotional support.
I'm so thankful for this organization. I didn't know it existed until I took my dog to the vet for his second round of chemo and saw a brochure about Healthy Canines. The process for getting a grant was fast and simple. Thank you for your help, Tyrion is doing GREAT!
I noticed Pepper was not eating much and yelped when he did eat. I looked in his mouth and noticed a large mass. After taking him to the vet, a biopsy diagnosed the mass as a benign tumor. To remove the tumor would require oral surgery. I was floored when I received the estimate for the surgery. My vet told me about Healthy Canines and gave me a brochure. I reached out to them and applied for a grant. Without their help, I don't know how I would have been able to get the medical care Pepper so desperately needed. Pepper is now back to his normal self an thriving. Thank you, Healthy Canines!!!