We’ve got some big plans, but we need your help!
The goal of the Abandoned Pet Project is to help as many pets as possible. In addition to our adoption program, we also provide financial assistance, We would love to provide our partners, the Vet Ranch doctors, with a mobile veterinarian clinic! A mobile clinic would allow them to assist more animals in the community, ensuring they get the help they need.
Some of the things your donations help us provide through Vet Ranch are:
Partner Spotlight: Vet Ranch
“We could not be more thankful for all of our supportive viewers and the awesome rescues that take over finding homes for our patients. Vet Ranch would not be possible without them!” – Vet Ranch
Without your help, these services would not be possible. We truly thank you for contributing to our cause and helping pets in need!
Vet Ranch is a YouTube Channel created by Dr. Matt Carriker in 2014. Our goal is to spread awareness of the many homeless animals in need of medical attention. It all started when he received an after-hours call to euthanize a stray dog that had been hit by a car. After picking up the dying pup from a dark road and taking it to the clinic, Dr. Matt saw a glimmer of life in her eyes and made the decision to try to save her rather than euthanizing. He pulled out his trusty iphone and began to film the process of bringing the sweet black lab back to life.
Having built a large audience on his Youtube Channel, Demolition Ranch, Dr. Matt set his sights on using that success to kick start a second channel focused on animal rescue cases. Since starting the channel on a whim with Janie’s video, Vet Ranch has grown tremendously and we hope to be able to continue to help more and more animals every year!
Recent Videos from our partners at Vet Ranch
In most of our cases, an animal is pulled from a euthanasia list by a rescue and then brought to Vet Ranch. We work in Partnership with Abandoned Pet Project to provide the necessary medical treatment for our patients. Once the patient is healthy enough, the rescue steps back in and helps to find a foster or a forever home. All patients are spayed or neutered, caught up on vaccinations, and started on parasite and heartworm preventatives before being released from our care. – Vet Ranch