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Radford Animal Hospital Angel Fund Success Stories
 

Read About Our Success Stories Below

Meet Paco!

Our little tornado survivor "Paco" is smiling for the camera.Paco, "The Wonder Dog", survived a tornado in 2011 with just a broken leg. During his road to recovery, he had two surgeries, which were graciously paid for by donations made to the Angel Fund. Paco's Family lost their house, but they are happy that they have their health and Paco! Paco's Mom said, "Even in pain he is the sweetest baby & loves to give kisses". Please, donate to our Angel Fund to help pets just like Paco.






 


Meet Leo!

Baby Kitten was rescued from the side of the roadside in Radford.

This little baby was rescued from the side of the roadside by some good samaritans.He has some devastating injuries (which is why his little legs are covered). Leo is on his way to recovery thanks to the RAH Agel Fund.





 


Meet Fancy Sue!

Dog rescued at a local veterinarian.This sweet girl was rescued by some incredibly compassionate helpers who have done everything they can to support this poor soul. She was found emaciated, riddled with intestinal parasites and she had recently given birth. Her rescuers brought her here for medical care and treatment. Since her first visit, Fancy has delivered one healthy puppy. For the safety of Mom, an emergency caesarean section was necessary to save her life.






 


Fire and EMS Heros!

Our "Angel" first responders assisting a dog with oxygen. Last year many of our wonderful clients were faced with devastation in their lives in the form of tornados and fire. We are raising money to supply Pulaski and Montgomery Co. Fire/EMS stations with Pet Oxygen Mask kits in honor of our clients, the Moran’s. Their home caught on fire last year but thankfully their pets Cricket & Sassy were safe! We are hoping with the help of the community each Fire and EMS station will never have to worry how to give oxygen to a pet before reaching a veterinarian!
 

Please call our office (540) 639-3891 if you would like to make a donation to the Angel Fund to help pets in need.