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At Paws for Hope, we spend a lot of time identifying ways we can turn people’s compassion into action. We believe everyone has it in them to do this, they just chose to do so in different ways.
We also focus how ensuring all of our work is compassionate action, and one of the ways we do this is through the financial support we provide to homeless and/or low income pet guardians to help their pets get much needed veterinary care.

Dozer is a loveable six and a half year old Rottweiler, who is much loved by his family and when he became sick with diarrhea and vomiting blood they contacted us for help. Dr. Llewellyn saw him at Scottsdale Veterinary Hospital and he was diagnosed with pancreatitis and clostridial enteritis. He will need to go on a special diet long term to manage the condition and will be on medication for the foreseeable future until he clinically responds.
The examination, lab tests and medication provided are all possible because of the support of our generous donors, who are helping us turn compassion into action every single day.

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