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Will help us
Microchip a shelter animal
Will buy a
heartworm test for two surrendered dogs
pain relief for an animal in distress
Whether you donate
$1 or $1000, every dollar helps
Anne and her dog Rufus are volunteers with Lort Smith’s Pet Therapy program. Anne said she finds it really rewarding, but also quite sobering, and shares some of her experience with Lort Smith supporters.
Lort Smith’s Head of Theatre, Dr Warren Gatt, recently performed thoracic surgery on a puppy whose oesophagus was being severely restricted by a band of tissue called the Ductus Arteriosis, which is important before birth, but should have closed off post-natally to allow the lungs to function freely. We are grateful for the generous support of our donors, which allows Lort Smith to perform these advanced procedures.
People who fall in love with their foster animal sometimes refer to themselves as "failed" foster carers, but really they are fabulous folk who have opened their hearts to animals in need.
Give a pet a second chance
Get a healthy pet
NO to puppy factories