Help us raise $5,000 in one day on #GivingTuesday!
Susquehanna Service Dogs is participating in #GivingTuesday, a global day dedicated to giving. All of the money we raise that day will help cover the costs of veterinary care for our service dogs in training. Vet bills are one of our biggest expenses. It costs $100 just for each dog's annual check-up!
How will your donation help?
- $26 covers an eye exam for one 8-week-old puppy
- $52 covers eye exams at 8 weeks and one year
- $90 covers hip X-rays for one puppy
- $100 covers an annual check-up for one puppy
- $310 covers all vet appointments and vaccinations for one puppy's first year
Why should you donate?
It's so important for our future service dogs to be healthy. When we place a service dog with their new partner, we want that dog to be able to work and perform the tasks they were trained to do. We would never want to place a dog that would only be able to work a few years. Neither would we want to place a dog that's going to need extensive vet care. Service dogs should make their partner's life easier, not more challenging.
That's why we check our dogs' eyes, hips, and elbows, and make sure our dogs get regular vet check-ups. We want our dogs to make a positive difference in their partners' lives. When you donate on #GivingTuesday, you're supporting healthy service dogs who will one day change people's lives.
Learn more about our #GivingTuesday efforts and how you can support Susquehanna Service Dogs.