Lucky

Lucky

Sometimes our pets don’t feel very well and they need testing done to find out what’s going on. Lucky’s mom reached out to Rochester Hope for Pets for a grant to help with Lucky’s diagnostic testing. She wrote back to us saying, “Lucky and I wanted to say thank you for helping me with the ultrasound fees. You were the only place that helped and I am so grateful for you. Now I’m able to take Lucky for his ultrasound. Thank you again so very much.” -Lucky’s mom You are very welcome!

Lucky is very “Lucky” to have you as his mom!

We wish you all the best!

Monkey

Monkey

This precious sweet kitty had suffered so much in life, until he found an amazing family willing to love him and give him his best life. When Monkey came to his family, he was missing an eye and had a broken jaw. He saw something in his new family, and he showered them with the same love they showed him. After all he had been through, he was in pain due to much needed dental care.

Rochester Hope for Pets was able to help with funding for his much needed dental care. His mom says he’s doing great after all he has been through!

You’re such a cutie, Monkey!!

We’re so happy we could help you!

Ginger

Ginger

From Ginger’s parents, “Ginger is a 2.5 year old Husky-pitbull mix. She’s been with our family since she was just 8 weeks old She is a playful, mischievous, and sassy girl. I’ve always loved how big her personality is.

She tore her Canine Cruciate Ligament (the doggy equivalent of the ACL). There was no accident/slip/fall and she is so young, we felt so guilty, like we had done something wrong – then we learned about the cost of the surgical options to repair the tear. Suddenly we were faced with thousands of dollars in upcoming medical bills. It was a hard place to be balancing the well-being of our puppy against the funds to get her care. Every time we saw her limping or unable to play/go on walks as long as she wanted – we felt worse.

Thankfully – I posted about Ginger on the Nextdoor App, looking for insight from other pet owners in this situation – we got great advice, information, and support. This is where we learned about Rochester Hope for Pets who generously donated to Ginger’s medical care costs. I’m relieved to finally have her on the road to recovery!”

We’re so happy to see Ginger recovering from her surgery!

Bella

Bella

“Bella and I wanted to give you and her donors an update on how she’s doing since her dental surgery on March 30th. She had 17 teeth extracted, but has bounced back from it all and is back to being her old self for the most part. She has a long road of recovery ahead of her still when it comes to healing the jaw, but she is a strong little one and I’m optimistic she will fully heal in the weeks ahead. Thank you all again for your help in making it possible for my girl to have the dental work done.♥️ I will never forget your generosity and hope one day I’m in a position to pay it forward through your organization. 
Love, Bella 🐶♥️ “

We’re so glad you’re feeling better Bella! Bella’s Tail of Hope was made possible by our friends at Davidson Fink – thank you!

Howdy

Howdy

Meet Howdy! This sweet boy needed a parathyroidectomy (the removal of one or more parathyroid glands) – this is an expensive, specialized surgery that requires quite a bit of follow up care in the hospital afterward. We were honored to provide an award to help Howdy’s dad pay for the life-saving surgery. Above is one of his dad’s favorite photos from years ago – what a loved pup Howdy is!

This Tail of Hope is made possible by our friends at Davie Kaplan – thank you!