Each year we have numerous animals that are surrendered or brought to Apsley Veterinary Services as strays or feral animals. These animals are then nursed back to health if needed then vaccinated and spayed / neutered before being adopted out to forever homes. It's hard for us to keep up with current pictures of animals available for adoption. If you or anyone you know is interested is looking for an addition to their home please contact the clinic or check out our facebook page for the most current information on animals available for adoption.
Gwen Scott Fund
Since Apsley Veterinary Services opened in 2009, we have seen many stray, neglected and abandoned animals, come through our doors. With the tremendous support of local rescue groups such as HART, LAWS and Home again, the Apsley Veterinary Services team has provided medical care, vaccines, spays, neuters and placed these animals in forever homes. In the last 2 years, the number of animals in need has increased and local rescues have struggled with the increased numbers.
YouTube: AVS Animals
In hopes to be able to help out more the Apsley Veterinary Team has created The Gwen Scott Fund which will allow for the continuation of support to local rescues and we hope to remove ALL costs associated with re-homing neglected or abandoned animals that start their journey at Apsley Veterinary Services. Another goal of The Gwen Scott Fund is to provide funds to spay/neuter incentive programs for low income families and help in transporting wildlife to rehabilitation facilities after providing initial veterinary care where possible. All of these animals have been helped by Apsley Veterinary Services and with The Gwen Scott Funds we hope to be able to help many more in the future.
Highland Animal Relief Team (HART)
Lakefield Animal Welfare
Society - LAWS