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DOUGLAS COUNTY LOW COST VETERINARY SERVICES

 

Roseburg, OR

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DOUGLAS COUNTY LOW COST VETERINARY SERVICES

Physical Address:
Roseburg, OR 97471 
EIN:
26-4449347
Web URL:
www.dclvs.org
Leadership:
Julia Russill
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Legitimacy Information

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Basic Organization Information

DOUGLAS COUNTY LOW COST VETERINARY SERVICES

Physical Address:
Roseburg, OR 97471 
EIN:
26-4449347
Web URL:
www.dclvs.org 
NTEE Category:
D Animal related 
D40 Veterinary Services 
Ruling Year:
2010 
How This Organization Is Funded:
program service fees - $147,696
public support - $17,605
PetSmart Charities - $54,000

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Mission Statement

It is the mission of Douglas County Low-cost Veterinary Services to provide  pets with high quality veterinary care when economic barriers may otherwise prevent pet owners from accessing those services.


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Leadership (GuideStar ExchangeThe GuideStar Exchange allows nonprofits to regularly update key information directly to GuideStar. It provides richer and broader information about their programs, impact, finances, people and more. October, 2012)

Julia Russill

Term:

Since Feb 2009

Profile:

Julia Russill graduated in 1982 with a degree in Animal Health Technology and in the same year passed the California State Board Exam for Licensed Veterinary Technicians. After passing her boards she was employed as the resident veterinary technician at Cardiff Stud Farms in Santa Ynes, CA and Paso Robles, CA for 13 years.  In 1996 she became the director of Second Chance at Love Humane Society, a nonprofit, no-kill, dog rescue organization.  She held that position until 2005 when she moved to Roseburg, Oregon.  in 2009 she founded Douglas County Low-cost Veterinary Services.

Leadership Statement:

After doing dog rescue for over 30 years, I felt that I was on a hamster wheel.  Get one dog adopted out, get three more in. Over and over. Burn out. Now, with Douglas County Low-cost Veterinary Services, I feel that every dog and cat we spay or neuter we are actually "rescuing" four to six (sometimes twelve!) dogs or cats by not letting them breed or have litters. This is the most rewarding rescue I've ever done.  With the numbers we're doing on a weekly basis, we will absolutely have an impact on the intake and euthanasia rates for our local shelters and rescues.  By adding full-service veterinary care to our program we are  increasing vaccination compliance, microchipping, de-worming and flea treatment as well as providing care for animals that have serious health issues at prices their owners can afford.  Nothing makes me happier than to help these pet owners be able to care for their animals in the way they would like to care for them.



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Program: Pet of the Homeless

Budget:
$6,000
Category:
Animal-Related
Population Served:
Homeless

Program Description:

Our Pets of the Homeless program provides free veterinary care to pets owned by homeless individuals.  This care includes vaccinations, de-worming, flea treatment, wellness exams, spay/neuter, or any other health issues that need to be treated.

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Program: Low-cost spay/neuter

Budget:
$105,690
Category:
Animal-Related
Population Served:
Poor/Economically Disadvantaged, Indigent, General

Program Description:

We offer low-cost spay neuter for low-income pet owners.  We qualify our clientele if they are on any type of public assistance or by using 150% of the U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services poverty income guidelines.

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Program: Feral Cat Program

Budget:
$1,000
Category:
Animal-Related
Population Served:
General Public/Unspecified
Poor/Economically Disadvantaged, Indigent, General
Other Named Groups

Program Description:

Our Feral Cat Program is designed to encourage citizens to get involved in "trap, neuter, return" (TNR) of feral cats in their area.  People who bring in ferals for spay/neuter do not have to qualify as low-income and will be charged the same low-cost rate as our low-income clientele.  We also provide low-cost spay/neuter to animal welfare organizations dedicated to reducing the population of feral cats through TNR.

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It is our goal to reduce the feral cat population in Douglas County by encouraging people to get involved in decreasing the feral cat population of Douglas County by providing low-cost spay/neuter.

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Program: Low-cost Veterinary Care

Budget:
$70,460
Category:
Animal-Related
Population Served:
Poor/Economically Disadvantaged, Indigent, General

Program Description:

We provide low-cost veterinary care to low-income pet owners and animal welfare organizations.  This program includes vacinations, parasite control, diagnosing and treating illnesses, x-rays and surgeries other than spay/neuter.  We have found that by offering these services to low-income pet owners, more animals are now being treated for conditions and illnesses that were not being addressed due to economic issues.

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Program: Free Pet Food Program

Budget:
$0
Category:
Animal-Related
Population Served:
Poor/Economically Disadvantaged, Indigent, General

Program Description:

Our Free Pet Food Program is designed to help homeless pet owners and low-income pet owners when they are in need.  We get our pet food donated to us by several retail outlets.

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Impact Summary from the Nonprofit

Our first year and a half in our clinic has proved that we are a much needed service in our community and beyond.  We are approaching the 3000 client mark and are servicing areas from Lane County to Reedsport to Glendale.  We have spayed and neutered 1500 animals.

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