Telemundo 48 reporter Dayana Villarreal spoke to volunteer Treasurer and Webmaster, Miguel Márquez, about the dire need for a 24-hour emergency veterinary hospital for Las Cruces
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Sunday Nonprofit Spotlight - by Stephanie Mathers
"Movers & Shakers: Animal Companions builds emergency animal care network" - by Leah Romero
Dawn Duncan's Story of Her Fur Boys and Nonprofit Organization
"Working to bring 24/7 emergency veterinarian services to our community" - by Rachel Courtney
Eight of the Las Cruces area nine veterinarian clinics were represented at this meeting, "Working Together to Support Veterinary Services in Las Cruces". It was designed to gain a better understanding of the needs of our area veterinarians, to promote community collaboration, and to learn how we, Animal Companions of Las Cruces, as a non-profit organization, can help ease their burden.
NMSU student Cera Moots produced this news piece about the efforts of Animal Companions of Las Cruces and what started our work. The video features Dawn Duncan, the organization's Founder and President and her beloved dogs, Fergus and Barney.
ABC-7's Wil Herren reported about the "City of Las Cruces Lacking Veterinary Care" presented by Dr. Dawn Duncan, President and Founder of Animal Companions of Las Cruces during the September 26th City Council Work Session.
On this eedition of "Puentes a la Comunidad" ("Bridges to the Community"), host Emily Guerra spoke to Dawn Duncan, President and Founder of Animal Companions of Las Cruces about the nation's great veterinary shortage and their efforts to establish and sustain 24/7 emergency pet care services in the community.
Peter Goodman and Shirley Baca speak with Dawn Duncan, President/Founder, and Nancy Sharp, Vice President/Volunteer Coordinator of Animal Companions of Las Cruces on the "Speak Up Las Cruces" radio show about the lack of 24-hour veterinary services in Las Cruces and the great progress we've made.
On Tuesday, August 2, Animal Companions of Las Cruces participated in the National Night Out sponsored by the City of Las Cruces. The turnout was amazing and we got the opportunity to meet many neighbors and pet parents. Our booth gave out refrigerator magnets and brochures featuring our organization. Additionally, kids had the chance to draw pictures of their pets as shown below:
There are not enough humans to take care of all the animals
Read this piece to understand the depth of the problem regarding veterinary care. These facts underscore why we must be proactive now to help support our veterinary staffs and care for our animal companions. One of our chief goals is recruitment, which includes helping with debt alleviation and drawing attention to our low-cost of living in a beautiful area.
Dawn Duncan presentation to the Board of County Commissioners of Doña Ana County on May 24, 2022.
Dr. Shadi Ireifej and Ari Paget, Founders of VetTriage, described the mission and the purpose of VetTriage and how their service can benefit the Las Cruces veterinarian practices.
Peter Goodman and Walt Rubel speak to Dawn Duncan and Nancy Sharp about Animal Companions of Las Cruces' effort to bring 24-hour emergency animal care to Las Cruces
"Animal organization looks to bring emergency animal hospital to Las Cruces"
"Working together for emergency veterinary care" - Posted by LasCruces.com
"Las Cruces non-profit is trying to bring back a 24/7 emergency veterinarian clinic" - By Rachel Phillips
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