Helping animals receive the medical care to live happily ever after
Funds emergency medical treatment for injured animals brought to DuPage County Animal Services.
Funds medical treatment for non-terminally ill animals to bring them to adoptable condition.
Funds rehabilitative care required for injured animals needing physical and/or drug therapy to be deemed ready for adoption.
DuPage County Animal Services sometimes receives critically injured or ill stray and lost animals throughout the year. Expensive emergency surgery, costly drugs and exams, and long-term rehabilitation are required to help some of these animals.
With DuPage Animal Friend's Advanced Medical Care Grant, the shelter can afford a specialist to perform surgery & treatment while avoiding humanely euthanizing any animals.
Hooch Receives a Second Chance at Life Thanks to Donors of DuPage Animal Friends
When this adorable, happy-go-lucky stray arrived at DCACC testing positive for heartworm, staff knew the long, uphill battle this boy was going to face. But we also knew we had to give him a chance. With a loving foster family to see him through his long treatment and recovery, DuPage Animal Friends funded his medical care, and DCACC staff oversaw his progress.
Due to the extensive treatment and care of heartworm positive dogs and the expensive medications , DuPage Animal Friends has stepped up to fund the cost of treating any adoptable heartworm positive dog that might otherwise not receive a second chance at life due to this debilitating and life-threatening parasite.
Thank you for your continued live-saving support.