EMERGENCY MEDICAL FUND

Meet Glass: A scared puppy who came to NHS in July of 2020 with severe, painful glaucoma. Thanks to our donors, we were able to put Glass though surgery and on the road to recovery. Since his surgery, Glass has found his forever home and has blossomed into a confident canine!

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Meet Dee Dee: This sweet lady came to NHS as a stray when a good Samaritan found her struggling on the side of the road. She had a massive, ulcerated tumor on the side of her face, making it difficult for Dee Dee to live a normal, pain-free life. Now, Dee Dee is thriving and more beautiful than ever! She has regained her will to live and has found the loving home she deserves.

Meet Hester: In March of 2020, NHS coordinated with the Humane Society of the United States to rescue 24 dogs from deplorable conditions. Most of the dogs had been confined to cages their whole lives and were diagnosed with heartworm disease. One dog in particular, Hester, had developed heart arrhythmia, which resulted in several severe seizures and a lifetime need of medications and maintenance. NHS kept on top of Hester’s specialist appointments until she was stable enough for adoption.

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At NHS, we never want to turn away an animal in need – This is why we are introducing the NHS Emergency Medical Fund. The funds from this campaign will be used exclusively to save animals who have been abandoned, neglected, and wouldn’t have been able to receive the proper medical care they need otherwise. Whether an animal needs a lifesaving surgery, heartworm treatment, or around-the-clock care to be nursed back to health, the Emergency Medical Fund will be there for us to address these issues. With your contribution to this fund, you can rest assured that, together, we are saving more lives and giving these animals a real chance at happiness.