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Pack, you’ve helped us raise $1,995 in our photo contest. Thank you so much. 

We have 30 entries vying for top spots in our 2021 Pet Calendar, but a few of those beautiful pets don’t have any votes! We have a goal to make $5,000. Votes are only $1 each and all donations are tax-deductible; and entries are FREE! 

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As a pet owner and someone who cares about the health of animals, will you help Fur Kids Foundation keep families with pets healthy? Check out how you can help:  What are you waiting for? 
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Pooches love plunging into the City Pool!

Plungers! Fur Kids Foundation wanted to say thank you for supporting the Foundation by attending the Pooch Plunge! We had such a great time with you all, and certainly hope you had a great time as well. More than 140 dogs attended the Pooch Plunge, and you helped us raise more than $700. Please be sure to check out the photos that were taken in the 2020 Pooch Plunge album on Facebook—feel free to tag yourself in the photos and share the album with your friends and family!

Thank you to Animal Medical Center Of Wyoming and Red Hills Veterinary Hospital for their support of Fur Kids Foundation and Pooch Plunge. We cannot hold events like this without the support of businesses (and people) like them. Please let them know you're thankful for their support of Pooch Plunge when you are in their office next!

Are you wondering how the money raised is spent?
  • $50 helps cover the cost of an emergency veterinary visit
  • $100 covers the cost of an emergency veterinary visit, and the cost of medication
  • $300 helps to cover the visit, the medication, and other diagnostic tests
  • $500 covers all of that, and an emergency overnight stay
  • $1,000 helps to cover the cost of an emergency veterinary surgery
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Check out our just launched face masks, pet hoodies, sweatshirts and Tees!

Prices range from $10.50-$12.50 for masks and $22.99-$45.99 for shirts. Check out the design options here >>>

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Your donation helped save these lives!

This big, beautiful girl is Ruby, a 5-year-old Bullmastiff. Like many pooches, Ruby has quite an appetite. In early May, Ruby decided to try corn on the cob; unfortunately, she ate the whole cob. For roughly three weeks that corn cob was stuck in Ruby's belly and then they noticed their girl was not feeling well. They took her to the vet and learned that the corn cob had made its way to Ruby's small intestine causing a full blockage. This would require emergency surgery. Read more >>>
This is Chikis, a 7-year-old Chihuahua. Chikis was given to her family as a gift for her (human) kid-brother. Chikis’ mom wasn't sure if she was spayed or not, and just assumed she was due to her age. However, Chikis’ mom's other dog was not neutered. Over time, she noticed Chikis was eating more, gaining a little weight, and it seemed like she wasn’t as active as usual. So, Chikis’ mom brought her to the vet where she learned that Chikis wasn't spayed … and she was pregnant. Read more >>>
Many people have been laid off in Campbell County, due to changing national and worldwide energy needs and wants, and due to COVID-19 and its effects on our national and state economy. Fur Kids Foundation has seen an uptick in families with pets who need help when their pet gets hurt or ill unexpectedly.  Read more stories of the pets you've helped stay healthy and with their families on the Success Stories page
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Thank you for caring about animals and families in your community.
Thank you for making pet health a priority.
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