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Joy in Every Kit: Give the Gift of Veterinary Essentials

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This holiday season, give the gift of joy by providing animals and communities in need with access to life-saving symbolic veterinary kits, which will go towards supporting animal health initiatives for communities and animals in need, including critical items like clinic supplies (syringes, gauze, thermometers, and more), emergency veterinary equipment, first aid supplies, generators, and more. 

Your generous gift will make a lasting impact – long after it’s been opened. 

Choose from three unique symbolic veterinary kits — South Sudan, Ukraine, and Northern Canada. Each unique gift will have a meaningful impact for animals and communities with nearly no other access to veterinary care.

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    - Joseph Ansong-Danquah

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