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LAST CHANCE ANIMAL RESCUE INC Overview
Last Chance Animal Rescue, Inc. (LCAR) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization with a mission to end the pet overpopulation crisis in the Washington, DC, Maryland and Virginia area. We provide high-volume low-cost spay/neuter services to the public, rescue and relief services for pets in disaster-affected areas, and help homeless pets find permanent, loving homes. Since we began in 1999, LCAR has rescued and rehomed over 100,000 homeless pets to adoptive families in our area. We rescue animals from high-kill shelters in a five-state area and partner with 25 PetSmarts in the Washington/Baltimore area to adopt animals out through their multi-day adoption center program. We also operate an affiliated animal hospital, the Waldorf Well Pet Clinic. It provides full-service veterinary care to animal patients throughout our area as well as extensive medical care for each pet we rescue, including spay/neuter services, vaccinations appropriate to age and weight, and any other medical care and attention each pet needs to give it the very best chance at having a long and happy life in its new home. Last Chance Animal Rescue envisions a world where no adoptable animal is euthanized in a shelter simply because it has no home.
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I love Last Chance. We got our kity from them and while it's true they do not do any screening I beleive it's because their main goal is to get animals out of high kill shelters, get them spayed/neutered and medical care. they just don't have the time or resources to background check everyone that...
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It has been three years since my dog died at this clinic without having a neuter surgery, on April 28, 2008 They used Xylazine 100mg/ml labeled for cattle & horses. The drug manufacturer stated NOT recommended for cats & dogs, yet they used it anyway. My dog died at this clinic . I do not ...
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Assembly line, cats have no names, they don't care who adopts them, they are basically selling them. Business model to move cats as quickly as possible, not a real rescue...
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