Recognizing the healing power of companion animals, the mission of Heart2Heart Pet Lifeline is to keep pets out of shelters and rescues and help owners keep them in loving homes. To that end, we provide financial assistance for veterinary care to income-eligible pet families in need who do not have other options for care. No owner should have to choose between medical care and euthanizing or surrendering a pet.
We are a nonprofit organization hoping to make a difference. We work with Coulee Region Humane Society and other pet rescue organizations, as well as local veterinarians, to identify clients and award grants needed to keep pets healthy and in loving homes.
Making the world a better place
one pet at a time.
Cara’s precious 11 year old lab Oakley was having trouble breathing. Bloodwork was done and the veterinarian prescribed trazadone to help with anxiety which was the cause of the breathing problems. Fortunately for Oakley, hypothyroidism was also diagnosed. It took some effort to balance Oakley’s medication and he has now adjusted well. Cara is very grateful for the help in getting her best guy back to health.
It seems lots of pets have quit eating and drinking of late! Poor Gilly was getting to be in rough shape when Sharyn got her to the vet. Scans were done and Gilly had a kitten stuck, requiring an emergency spay. The procedure was done, Gilly make it through just fine. We hope Gilly and Sharyn are doing well.
Sometimes one thing leads to another. Katie’s sweet cat, 5 year old Ronnie, had blood in his urine and a fever. In the process of getting a urinalysis, Ronnie was found to have some rough dental problems requiring extractions. Urinary tract infection treated, teeth pulled and Ronnie is back to being his sweet, playful self. Katie thanks you all for your help
Pretty May is on the mend! May just quit eating and drinking and Julie wanted help fast, concerned that May had ingested something that was making her sick. We’re not sure what was wrong with May, but subq fluids and antibiotics worked and May is back to eating, drinking and cuddling with Julie.
Anyone cuter than Annie the Guinea Pig? David doesn’t think so. When Annie started limping, David knew she needed help. A visit with the veterinarian uncovered swelling and soft tissue injury but no broken bones. Annie the help she needed and is on the road to recovery. She and David thank you!
It’s a nightmare. Nile’s dog Ruthie was hit by a car and needed some extended care. Nile got the emergency help she needed but Ruthie still had pain and tight muscles from disuse. Nile set about working with the exercises recommended by the vet. Nile and Ruthie persisted, and Ruthie is getting back her strength and mobility. He is very grateful for your help.