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Humane Society of West Michigan’s Buddy Fund was started in January of 2003 by Deborah Meijer and has since become an integral part of our veterinary care program. The fund was originally developed to help Buddy, a yellow Labrador Retriever who came to us with a badly broken leg. Thanks to all those who contributed to the special Buddy Fund, his leg was repaired and he was adopted into a loving and caring home.
Donations Designated for the Buddy Fund Help Pay for:
The diagnosis and treatment of sick and/or injured animals
The purchase of medical equipment and supplies that are necessary to properly diagnose and treat a highly adoptable animal that will have a good quality of life after treatment
Referral veterinary services can also be considered if the animal is not able to be treated at Humane Society of West Michigan
Humane Society of West Michigan 3077 Wilson Dr. NW, Grand Rapids, MI 49534 USA (616) 453 -8900 Adoptions@hswestmi.org
Photos By: AGL Photography, Lauren Riley, Sara Cozolino Photography, and Tailwagger Dog Photography