At Millbrook Valley Animal Hospital, our veterinary hospital is proud to partner with several outreach programs in the Millbrook area, designed to give back to our community.

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Fetch + Releash Rescue

Our animal hospital is proud to support the Fetch + Releash program. Fetch + Releash is a volunteer-run dog rescue dedicated to saving dogs in need.

The foster dogs come from a variety of different backgrounds such as pounds and shelters, strays, and surrendered pets, both locally and abroad.

As a foster-based dog rescue, the foster dogs live in private homes across the Greater Toronto Area, where they receive the love and attention they need to prepare them for adoption.

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Community Outreach, Millbrook Vet

Lakefield Animal Welfare Society

At Millbrook Valley Animal Hospital, we happily support the Lakefield Animal Welfare Society which is a non-profit organization dedicated to rescuing homeless, abandoned, and injured animals in the community and finding caring homes to adopt them.

LAWS is run strictly on donations, memberships, and adoption fees

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Millbrook BIA

The Millbrook Business Improvement Area aims to increase business by improving the physical environment in Millbrook through the development of special events, beautification, promotion, and advertising.

The Millbrook BIA provides a system for influencing, organizing, and financing programs that would not otherwise be available to independent businesses.

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Full Circle Rescue

Full Circle Rescue is a 100% volunteer-run, registered not-for-profit rescue program. They fully believe in assisting other organizations and rescues whenever possible. All volunteers at Full Circle Rescue give back to their communities in a number of ways. This includes donating to food banks, transporting animals and supplies for other organizations, and making donations toward fundraisers run by other rescues.

The team at Full Circle Rescue focuses on working together with local and international rescue partners and communities to advocate for and educate about the importance of spaying and neutering, as well as appropriate vetting care practices. When placing foster animals in homes, they work closely with veterinarians, trainers, partners, and foster families. This is done to ensure quality care and compassion while providing transparency about each dog as they prepare for life at their forever home.

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