Every Dollar Counts
Baypath’s lifesaving work is only possible because of the support of animal-loving community members like you.
By making a donation, you directly help us:
- Take in, care for, and re-home homeless pets
- Prevent pet overpopulation through spay/neuter where it’s needed most
- Provide our community with important spay/neuter, medical, behavioral, and educational services
- Raise awareness
- Transform animal welfare by supporting a mission that focuses on enrichment and wellness
Where your Dollars Go
Guidestar, the world’s largest source of nonprofit information, awarded Baypath the 2021 Platinum Seal of Transparency – its highest level of recognition.
The Platinum Seal recognizes our continued commitment to full public accountability for our work. By sharing mission-focused metrics, we give our supporters meaningful data to independently evaluate our performance and results.
Covers a microchip for a dog or cat to ensure they can be reunited with their family should they get loose or lost.
Provides a week of antibiotic treatment for a dog with kennel cough or a cat with an upper respiratory infection.
Covers a heartworm and tick borne illness test for a dog or an FIV/FeLV test for a cat.
Covers a dog or cat rabies or other core vaccine administered by our vet to prevent against disease.
Cat Spay or Neuter
Sponsors a cat spay or neuter to help prevent overpopulation.
Dog Spay or Neuter
Sponsors a dog spay or neuter to help prevent overpopulation.
Covers xray diagnostics for a cat or dog in need.
Funds an average night of emergency care at one of our emergency vet partners.
Sponsors one Baypath/VCA Partnership Spay & Neuter Clinic, which spays and neuters an average of 14 cats and dogs (includes vet, vet tech and all supplies).
Provides for life-saving heartworm treatment for one dog.
Funds an enucleation surgery to remove an animal’s eye due to a painful corneal rupture.
Sponsors the average cost of a painful torn cruciate repair surgery for a dog.
Provides for a food puzzle to enrich the cats and dogs.
Cat & Dog Food
Funds 200 lbs of dog food and 200 lbs of cat food, which feeds the animals in our program for several months.
Stocks a month of litter for the cats in our care.
In Home Training
Funds a Certified Professional Dog Trainer session in the home for a foster or adopter and empowers them to help a dog in need.
Supports an 8-week positive reinforcement training class package for a dog with a behavior challenge in shelter or in our foster system to best set them up for success.
Veterinary Behaviorist Consult
Sponsors a board certified veterinary behaviorist in shelter to consult on our cats and dogs in need of extra help.