Too often, tough decisions are made because funds are not available. We like to highlight the happy endings, but recognize too many animals are not so fortunate.Read More
“Lucy” weighed only 2.7lbs when she was rescued from certain euthanasia. This eight week old Australian Shepherd and Poodle Cross displayed the symptoms associated with Parvo (vomiting and lethargy) a highly contagious and preventable disease that can be especially severe in puppies.Read More
The Chester Foundation recently received a very generous donation from the Murphy Family Endowment Fund of the Sacramento Region Community Foundation. With their support, we will be able to continue our work with Lynn Madison, an advocate for animals of the homeless. Lynn has been spreading the word that public funds for animals in crisis are not available if the owner is homeless.Read More
Tilly was transferred to Atlantic Street Veterinary Hospital, by Sammie’s Friends to have care for what appeared to be an intestinal obstruction. Through cooperating and assistance of Sammie’s Friends, Atlantic Street Veterinary Hospital Pet Emergency Center and The Chester Foundation, Tilly received the needed surgery to remove a 9 inch rope toy that had became lodged in her small intestine.Read More
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Recent Blog Posts
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Two year old Chihuahua “Jenny” was having difficulty giving birth and...
Charms, a 3 month old chihuahua needed emergency care for hypoglycemia (low blood...