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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 help for veterinary services and other pet needs 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.

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Happy Hearts

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Big, lively Charles had a sore paw, slowing down his happy romps. Damien got him veterinary care resulting in a biopsy and amputated toe. All is well and Charles doesn’t miss that toe at all.

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Flea infestation. Flea dermatitis. Are you scratching yet? Cheryl was very thankful for the assistance that we was able to provide for her pretty cat Sassy, who was itchy and grumpy. Now Sassy feels better – so Cheryl feels better too!

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Seizures are frightening and Gambit was having them. Thanks to you, Caroline got Gambit the care he needed. He doesn’t love his new food but he is eating it, and the medication is doing its job. Gambit hasn’t had any more seizures.

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It’s pretty rough when you can’t use the litter box. Poor Stephy couldn’t urinate, and Hadley knew he needed help. A visit to the vet uncovered that Stephy had a urinary blockage. This good boy is taking his medication and eating his prescription food very well! Isn't he a cutie?

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Families will squabble but this got a bit rough. Simon found Big Boy, a lively pup, with puncture wounds. Simon didn’t see the argument but assumes Big Boy had a hard time with one of his siblings. Veterinary help, careful tending, and love got Big Boy healing. 

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Poor little Pete (isn't he cute?), a four year old male, fell down the deck stairs. Sandy thought he had broken a bone! There wasn’t a broken bone but there was some nerve damage. With help and medication from the veterinarian, is doing much better.

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