Madison has made a full recovery from her Heartworm treatment thanks to PPRI and our vets. The next step is finding her forever family. Any amount pledged contributes to the cost incurred for her treatment, and any future medical treatment of other rescues.
Cookie is an Anatolian Shepherd who has fully recovered and is now living in her forever home. After countless tests, vet visits, and a wonderful foster family, she has made it a long way to now thriving and becoming her best self!
Disney is an adult rescue dog who went through the long process and full recovery of Heartworm treatment. She would love nothing more than to have assistance towards any other rescue dogs that may need medical treatment!
A lot goes into keeping our rescues happy and healthy before they can be placed into forever homes. Below are some suggestions of pledges, based on various approximate care costs.
One fecal sample test amounts to $30 minimum. Testing the animal's fecal tells us a lot about their health history, as well as their current health status. Another reason an animal may need a fecal sample is to check for any lingering parasites/ harmful diseases in the body.
The average amount for one crucial vaccine for an animal is $35. At Pawsitive Possibilities Rescue, Inc. all our adoptables receive age appropriate required vaccines.
We give all of our rescue animals oral preventatives every thirty days. These medications prevent/ kill fleas, ticks, heartworm disease, hookworm, roundworm and whipworms.
We provide microchipping for our rescues. A microchip is a micro- sized implant that is used as a form of identification. In the event that an animal were to become lost or stolen, this chip can be scanned and information on the animal can be pulled up.
Spay/ Neuter is an important yet costly procedure. Spaying/ Neutering an animal helps with hormone balance, decreases the risk of unwanted reproductive related diseases, and prevents further overpopulation. This procedure is either completed or scheduled to be done for each of our rescues before they are adopted.