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All4Pets covers the following counties in New York State: Monroe, Livingston, Genesee, Wyoming, Erie, Niagara and Orleans.

All4Pets is a 501(c)3 not for profit corporation.

We are in the process of raising funds to become a tax exempt charity, at which time all donations will become tax deductible. Until then you will have the satisfaction of giving a gift that will save lives. We are grateful for every donation.

KAYLEE
"Early this year, my sister found a female golden retriever mix wandering along the side of Route 104 near Wolcott. It was freezingout and the dog looked tired and hungry, so she brought the dog home. We spent the next few weeks searching for owner of the dog, who we named Kaylee, but no one claimed her. Why anyone wouldn't want her is beyond me -- Kaylee turned out to be one of the sweetest, best behaved dogs I have ever known. After a month and no owner had appeared, we decided Kaylee was going to stay with us for good. She seemed to have decided this too.

I took her to the vet for a checkup, since I had no idea how long it had been since she had been, if ever, and discovered that Kaylee had a very severe heartworm infestation, likely picked up when was lost before we found her. Unfortunately, the treatment for heartworms is very expensive, far more than I could afford. I was determined to take care of Kaylee one way or another. I called the human society in the hopes they would be able to perform the procedure, but they wouldn't unless I turned Kaylee over to them. That wasn't going to happen, by now, Kaylee was a member of my family. She had lost her last family, whoever they might be, and I wasn't going to let that happen again.

That's when I stumbled across All4Pets, a local organization that helps pay for vet bills for pet owners who can't afford it. I explained my situation and All4Pets took care of the rest. Thanks to them, Kaylee is happy and healthy now. They saved her life when I was unable to, and for that, Kaylee and I are both grateful."