EUTHANASIA OVERPOPULATION VET CARE ANIMAL WELFARE BEING PET FRIENDLY WICHITA FALLS
As of December 3rd, 2019 (Giving Tuesday) fundraising for renovations of the new P.E.T.S. Clinic Building are completed. We are now asking for gifts that will help us reach goals for expanded capabilities inside the new space.
Isolation Areas $30,000
With isolation areas we can offer safe isolation for sick and injured pets. The top priority would be dogs infected with parvo, as it is so prevalent in our community. We already have the HVAC systems for separate ventilation.
A Bath Station (Sponsored) $1,500
While the room is being built and the plumbing will be ready, we had to pull the bathtub unit due to streamlining of our renovations budget. Many pets that visit us for surgery are extremely dirty and while we can make due with a small sink, it is no conducive to creating a sterile area.
Commercial Washer & Dryer $12,000
We have made a $2,500 down payment on 2 commercial washers and 4 commercial dryers. The amount of items we launder daily is staggering. These will double the size of loads we can do and greatly decrease time staff and volunteers spend on laundry.
7 Exam Tables (4 of 7 Sponsored) $129 Each
2 Walk On Scales (Sponsored) $315 Each
5 Baby Scales (Sponsored) $44 Each
Large Dog Kennels $2,500 Each
8 Chrome Books (6 of 8 Sponsored) $250 Each
Projector and Screen $189
12 Folding Tables $80 Each
6 Bundles of 4 Padded Folding Chairs $87 Each
4 Computer Monitors $150 Each
Thanks to you, P.E.T.S. has the opportunity to serve an average of 120 pet owners every single day. Many times, that average is over 150 per day. Either way, it means a lobby packed with dogs and cats.
This many people and their animals in a tight space creates a safety concern because of noise and how close the animals have to be to one another.
That’s not the only problem related to space in our clinic. Surgeries are scheduled several months in advance because we cannot accommodate more tables or another veterinarian. This creates the danger of more unwanted litters due to wait time.
Finally, we cannot grow or add more services and programs. There simply is not room to house anything additional.
Thankfully, the new building multiplies our space by almost four times. This guarantees the continued success and expansion of the clinic services and programs you support.
• Cat and dog entrances that open to larger, safer waiting areas.
• Improved handicap accessibility.
• Expanded program performance.
• Training facilities that bring large groups in yearly.
• Improved visibility! Easy to find, easy to get to, & better parking!
You Can Help Us Meet Our Expanded Goals and Give the Gift of More Assistance to More Pets Facing Hardship.
J.S. Bridwell Foundation
The Priddy Foundation
Bryant Edwards Foundation
Dan and Carla Bolin in Memory of Lexi
John Hirschi and The Libra Foundation
Paul and Leslie Harrelson
Sara Jane Snell & The Snell Charitable Foundation
Doris Koopman in Memory of Her Daughter Barbara Jo Call Who Left Her Legacy to the Progress and Well Being of Animals
Tom C. White Foundation
Brandon Hohfeld in Memory of Gerald Hohfeld
Alice Shaffer in Memory of Paul Shaffer
The Kadane Foundation
Drs. Glen & Elaine Beck
Larry & Julie Ayers
Dr. Stephen & Becky Farmer
George B. Tipton
Hank & Nancy Anderson
Helen & Gene Willingham
Geraldine & Mike Morris
George & Ashley Tipton
Vern & Jan Huffines in Memory of Don Hamlin
American National Bank
E. Paul and Helen Buck Waggoner Foundation
Larry & Chris Rains
Greater Texas Ford Dealers
Dr. Blaine & Barbara Purcell
Bill & Jan Foundation
Larry & Liz Martin
Dr. Robert & Kathy Moss
Bernie & Lael Burton
Dr. Richard and Tammy Pena
Susan Mansur Bahr & Bill Mansur
Danny and Maurine Steed
Robert and Pamela Staples
Don & Jan Herzog
Dr. Tonya Tammen
Doug Armstrong & The Harold & Irene Strauss Foundation
Max & Shana Vordenbaum
Dr. Mark and Debra Suggs
The Dale & Joe Prothro Foundation
Craig & Sheila Reynolds
Greg and Margaret King
Dale & Barbara Murphy
Cyndi Shenck & Lee Ann Haines
Dr. Lewis and Julie C. Wilson