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Project V.E.T.S.


Project V.E.T.S. is on a mission to heal the planet one animal at a time. Based in Boulder, Colorado, this non-profit organization provides aid for animals in all sectors of the world, from dogs and cats in the United States to chimpanzees in Uganda.

The modern age has led to fragile ecosystems that are effecting the precious animals of our planet. By unifying the global veterinary community, Project V.E.T.S. is making a difference and donations are the first step. No matter if you are a pet owner or medical professional, donations and monetary kindness will help us to collect gently used and new veterinary medical equipment, technology and supplies that can be distributed to communities worldwide. We can then begin healing animals in distress, in need of a forever home, or nearing extinction.

Indian Tree Animal Hospital is accepting donations on behalf of Project V.E.T.S. until December 31st. This holiday season, let’s skip the holiday treats! We truly cannot think of a greater gift than our clients donating to Project V.E.T.S. and the animals they selflessly serve.

We invite you to drop off any of the items listed below at the hospital between Friday, November 4 - Saturday, December 31. We thank you in advance for your kind donations!

We accept donations of the following gently used items:

  • Crates, kennel and pet toys
  • Dishes, bowls and feeders
  • Dog and cat beds and blankets
  • Grooming supplies
  • Leashes, collars and harnesses
  • Pee pads (new) and pet clothing

If you work in the veterinary field and would like to donate supplies or equipment, we are able to accept:

  • Bandaging supplies including gauze, cast padding, vet wrap and medical tape.
  • Clippers, blades and nail trimmers
  • Equipment trays
  • Gloves, masks, gowns and scrubs
  • Instruments for dentals, exams and surgical procedures
  • Suture material (absorbable preferred, expired ok)
  • Blood collection tubes
  • Collars, eCollars, harnesses, leashes and muzzles
  • Fluid administration sets
  • Hypodermic needles (25g - 18g)
  • N95 particulate masks
  • Sterile syringes
  • Autoclaves
  • Centrifuges
  • Laptops/computers
  • Portable pulse oximeters
  • Blood chemistry analyzers
  • Darting equipment
  • Microscopes and stethoscopes
  • Partable x-ray machines
  • Blood pressure monitors
  • Digital cameras, headlamps and binoculars
  • Ophthalmoscopes and otoscopes
  • Ultrasonography machines
At this time, we are unable to accept pharmaceuticals of any kind

Financial donations are also welcome. For more information about the program, please visit the Project V.E.T.S. website or give them a call at 303.819.2501.


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