Buy pet restraints for charity in support of the SCVets Care Foundation’ program – Pet Vet for Seniors. The program provides low or no cost pet care to qualifying senior citizens. Available in two colors, the restraints will ensure pet car safety. Easy to attach to any collar or harness, traveling could not be easier and more comfortable for yourself and your fur family members.
By securing your pet in an automobile, you can:
In a crash at 35 miles per hour, a 60-pound dog becomes a 2,700-pound projectile. The force of that impact could easily kill both the dog and the passengers.
*Purchase is tax deductible as a charitable contribution. You can place your order here.
For pet owners, When Disaster Strikes: Action Guidelines for People with Pets
For veterinarians, veterinarian technicians and practice managers, the American Veterinary Medical Association has prepared CD-ROM Emergency Preparedness & Response Guide
Thinking of your beloved pet that passed on?
Well with a tax- deductible donation made here, we can celebrate your pet’s life with you. Pay tribute to your beloved companion in your own words online or choose a commemorative card that captures what your pet meant to you. Let these memories bring a smile to your face. Veterinarians are also welcome to recognize a client’s pet. As soon as we receive your donation we will send you and any other parties concerned, a letter of acknowledgment. Donations go towards the healthcare of pets in need.
Oxygen Pet Kit Program
The Pet Oxygen Kit Project, Inc. is an educational and public safety effort of local volunteers, individually and collectively, who are dedicated to providing pet oxygen kits to equip every fire truck across South Carolina to help them save animals following structural fires. Please help us in the statewide endeavor and Sponsor a Kit Today.
Providing K9 Medical Kits for Pet Handlers
|developed with K9s in mind. Similar to a First Aid kit, it is used by handlers in South Carolina to deliver lifesaving treatment to a wounded K9 at the point of entry. It was developed by Dr. Rob Presley of Upstate Veterinary Service together with the North American Rescue (NAR). Each kit is designed for the handler or medic to deliver lifesaving treatment to a wounded K-9 at the point of entry. Each kit is $125.
If you would like a Medical Kit, you may purchase one here.