Reggie the long haired miniature dachshund was born May 15, 1991. We welcomed him into our lives in August of that year right after we were married. At first he let us now that the dachshund breed can be very stubborn. But his wit and humor made him more of a family member every day.… +
Reggie’s Pet Project provides financial assistance to animal owners who are unable to cover the full cost of their pet’s critical or emergency veterinary care. Our mission is to enhance and preserve the quality of life of animals by providing access to necessary medical care and education. Based on established criteria, Reggie’s Pet Project provides… +
The primary focus of Reggie’s Pet Project is to provide financial assistance to pet owners for urgent and/or critical veterinary care. Certain criteria must be met for funding. Grants are not available for pets in need of routine care such as vaccinations, dental care, and/or assistance in breeding programs.
There have been recent significant advancements in veterinary medicine. Many of the same procedures and treatments available to humans are now available for animals and pets, but they can be very costly. With generous contributions, Reggie’s Pet Project can help save the lives of numerous family pets.
Part of Reggie’s Pet Project’s mission is to provide ongoing education to pet owners and the community-at-large about proper and preventative pet care, as well as advancements in veterinary medicine and research. Tips on keeping your pet healthy, and informative articles provided by veterinarians, can be accessed here.
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