Many of the animals that arrive at the Regina Humane Society are in need of immediate or ongoing veterinary care and treatment. When demand for these services outweighs the Society’s financial resources, we sometimes must ask for outside support from one of our lifesaving partners in Regina’s veterinary community. One of the partners that we can rely on is 24 HR Animal Care Centre.
Since 2012, 24 HR Animal Care Centre has donated a variety of surgeries to help many pets along to adoption, including spay/neuter surgeries, cherry eye repairs and dental procedures. Thanks to 24 HR Animal Care Centre, 40 shelter animals have benefited from their services.
Hospital Manager Leeanne Olynick says 24 HR Animal Care Centre is motivated to continue helping animals and giving pets the desperate dental care that they need. Dental disease is something that so many animals struggle with each and every day. Not only does it affect the mouth, but can also lead to more serious health problems such as heart, lung and kidney disease. “If we can help find forever homes for deserving pets by giving back and treating this issue, the equation makes total sense for our clinic. At 24 HR Animal Care Centre, we believe that pets deserve love, care and attention to be happy members of your family. We want them to live full and happy lives and are honoured to be a part of the process,” said Olynick.
The RHS extends its deepest and heartfelt thanks to the entire team at 24 HR Animal Care Centre for their dedication to improving the lives of animals and people in our community.