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Community Support

Community Support

Virox Animal Health is proud to support important initiatives in the animal health community. 

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Product-Logo-Rescue.jpgAnimal shelters face infectious diseases on a regular basis. While shelters work to prevent outbreaks from occurring, they can still be vulnerable when providing temporary homes and treatment to animals from places that have not been disinfected or cleaned properly. But outbreaks can be prevented or significantly reduced through infection control practices that stop the spread of pathogens, while keeping shelter residents happy and healthy. At Rescue® we want to help by supplying animal shelters with a FREE #RescueMyShelter Kit (valued at $1,400).
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logo-Millioncatchallenge2016.pngThe Million Cat Challenge is a shelter-based campaign to save the lives of one million cats in North America over the course of five years. The core strategy of the campaign will be five key initiatives that will offer every shelter, in every community, practical choices to reduce euthanasia, increase live outcomes, and assure humane care for every cat in the shelter.
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logo-Community-Veterinary-Outreach.jpgThe Mission Veterinary Care program began in 2003 providing preventative health care to animals of the homeless at the Ottawa Mission, and is now also operating in Hamilton, Kitchener-Waterloo and Toronto, ON. 

Community Veterinary Outreach accepts clients on a referral basis from community partnerships that we have developed that include area shelters, municipal public health, community health centres, and mental health organizations. This population of pet owners are either homeless, at high risk of becoming homeless, or marginally housed.
Read more about Community Veterinary Outreach