As pet owners ourselves, we understand how devastating it is when a pet becomes sick or injured. This is especially true for the elderly, for persons with disabilities as well as women at risk of abuse, who depend heavily on their pets for companionship. The situation is even more trying when a pet owner is unable to provide necessary veterinary care because of personal/financial circumstances beyond their control.
That’s where the Farley Foundation steps in. The Farley Foundation subsidizes necessary veterinary care for the pets belonging to low income seniors, seniors' care facilities, persons with disabilities, Ontario Works recipients & abused women (OVMA SafePet Program). Over the past 12 years, the Farley Foundation has disbursed over $2 million to help nearly 5,000 people in need by providing non-elective veterinary care for their sick/injured pets.
Please help us support the Foundation’s important work during our 2015 Fundraise for Farley Month Campaign.
Simply stop by our clinic and see us during the month of October to donate. For every donation we receive, we will display a Farley Paw print, with your name on it, in our clinic. With your generosity we will be able to continue to help those in our community who need a little help with the care for their furry family members.