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Who is saveable?
Saveable Animals Include
All healthy animals
All treatable animals
All animals able to be physically or behaviorally rehabilitated
INCLUDING all healthy and treatable feral cats
Regardless of space, time or financial considerations
The saveable are animals that require our special attention to make sure they get the home they deserve.
The following are examples of common treatable medical and behavior issues that the saveable animals at Pima Animal Care Center experience. Learn more about common medical and behavioral conditions by clicking on the links.
- A puppy or kitten who needs bottle feeding
- A cat with ringworm
- A dog with kennel cough
- A cat with a respiratory infection
- A puppy with parvo
- A cat testing positive for FIV Or Felv
- A three legged dog
- A 17 year old cat
- A dog who isn’t getting along with other dogs (book recommendations)
- A cat who has little experience being handled
- A dog who resource guards (book recommendation)
- A dog who is fearful ( book recommendations)
- A dog with valley fever or tick fever
- A dog with heartworm
- A dog with demodectic mange
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