Vancouver, January 3rd, 2016. The Humane Society for Southwest Washington received a donation of an x-ray machine to help the pets in their care from Banfield Pet Hospital foundation. In 2015, more than 4,400 dogs and cats were adopted at the Humane Society.

“This is a game-changer.” That’s how Stacey Graham, Executive Director at the Humane Society for Southwest Washington described the next grant in the BanfieldFoundation’s “12 Days of Giving.” The donation will go toward an x-ray machine for their shelter’s veterinary clinic, enabling approximately 520 pets per year to receive advanced care.

“This is a game-changer.” That’s how Stacey Graham, Executive Director at the Humane Society for Southwest Washington described the next grant in the BanfieldFoundation’s “12 Days of Giving.” The donation will go toward an x-ray machine for their shelter’s veterinary clinic, enabling approximately 520 pets per year to receive advanced care.

 HSSW does not euthanize healthy, adoptable animals and does not place a time-limit on the animals in our care. They remain residents of the shelter until they are adopted or transferred to another shelter or rescue organization that continues to work to find that animal a permanent home. The HSSW is a member of ASAP (Animal Shelter Alliance of Portland), a group of public and private shelters in the greater Vancouver/Portland area committed to ending the euthanasia of social, healthy and treatable cats and dogs in our local shelters, by collaborating on spay/neuter programs, educational and outreach efforts, and the promotion of humane alternatives for feral cats.

HSSW does not euthanize healthy, adoptable animals and does not place a time-limit on the animals in our care. They remain residents of the shelter until they are adopted or transferred to another shelter or rescue organization that continues to work to find that animal a permanent home. The HSSW is a member of ASAP (Animal Shelter Alliance of Portland), a group of public and private shelters in the greater Vancouver/Portland area committed to ending the euthanasia of social, healthy and treatable cats and dogs in our local shelters, by collaborating on spay/neuter programs, educational and outreach efforts, and the promotion of humane alternatives for feral cats.

About the Banfield Foundation

Established in 2015 by Banfield Pet Hospital, this 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization is committed to improving the well-being of pets and communities by:

  • Elevating the power of the pet-human bond
  • Strengthening the pet welfare community
  • Providing disaster relief for pets
  • Advancing the science of veterinary medicine through fostering innovation and education

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Banfield Foundation GrantsOur grants offer support for emergency and preventive veterinary care and provide funding to pet-related nonprofit organizations in order keep pets healthy and in loving homes.

Veterinary Assistance Grants:

Our Veterinary Assistance Grants provide financial support to fund veterinary care programs for qualifying pet owners.

Pet Advocacy Grants:

Our Pet Advocacy Grants support nonprofit organization programs that are designed to keep pets healthy and in loving homes.

In 1955, veterinarian Warren J. Wegert had a vision to provide high-quality veterinary medicine in Portland, Oregon. Since then, Banfield Pet Hospital has grown to more than 900 locations across the United States and Puerto Rico, with this understanding: The best relationships are formed when people work together.

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