We help people living with pets, and those that serve them, primarily through the Veterinary Payment Program as a benefit to One Health Family Members.
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Johnnie and her cat Missy are inseparable. Johnnie rescued Missy from a shelter so that she has a forever home, they both live in a residential facility for low-income seniors in a small apartment, and their household is a One Health Family Member receiving donor-paid benefits to help afford veterinary care for Missy. Missy entertains Johnnie, prevents loneliness, and provides a source of unconditional love. Johnnie is grateful for the donor-paid vouchers she was able to receive from the generosity of people like you, donors of One Health Organization.
New One Health Family Member Tiffany cannot wait to get help for her beloved therapy dog-in-training; a veterinarian needs to examine his eyes and lumps on his belly. This is the story she wanted to share with our donors.
"Thank you so much for your help. Diesel helps me in so many ways. I have Aspergers Syndrome, depression, anxiety and agoraphobia. Diesel is in training to be my service dog. He will help me be able to be more independent and I hope someday I can even get a job where they will accommodate Diesel and myself. He has already learned "DPT" (deep pressure therapy) when I am on sensory overload or my anxiety is really bad he can lay on me which will help me relax. He is also learning to bring me my medications when I am having a meltdown."
One Health Family Member Vanessa left us the following message to share with our donors.
"I wanted to give you a quick update on my sweet Ellis. Dr. Brian was happy to see his ears were much better. He loaded up the ears with medication and we have a prescription. We go back in 3 weeks. I am hopeful that Ellis will be infection free then. I am so grateful to OneHealth Organization. Ellis' quality of life is so improved. He is playful again! I am so grateful. Thank you."
When Dr. Rogoff of Orange Village Animal Hospital learned of Lil' Girl's broken leg, he offered to help fix her leg for a reduced rate. This would not have been possible without the new Project Noah Fund, developed by Dr. Brian Forsgren of Gateway Animal Clinic. This is what Pauline had to say to donors who were able to help with this unexpected and expensive surgery:
“I really appreciate the help that everyone at One Health Organization provided to us. Everyone was so nice and treated Lil’Girl with great care. When I picked her up I could tell that she felt safe and comfortable. We are so grateful for all the help.”
Johnnie and her cat Missy are inseparable. Johnnie rescued Missy from a shelter so that she has a forever home, they both live in a residential facility for low-income seniors in a small apartment, and their household is a One Health Family Member receiving donor-paid benefits to help afford veterinary care for Missy.Read More
Read how a rescued cat changed someone’s life. For the better.Read More
Rabies still kills animals and people all over the world, including in the US. Learn how you can protect you and your pets. September 28th is World Rabies Day; a day to remind us all to get our pets vaccinated against rabies.Read More