American Animal Hospital Community Service:

American Animal Care Center Pet & Wildlife Fund

Drs. Salwan, staff members, and American Animal Care Center constantly gives back to our community on a regular basis. Dr. Raj Salwan leads our community efforts through our non-profit organization, American Animal Care Center Pet & Wildlife Fund.

Through the American Animal Care Center Pet & Wildlife Fund, we provide free services for Good Samaritans who bring injured pets found in the streets. We also assist in treating, rehabilitating, and adopting these pets. In addition, we routinely receive wildlife consisting of raccoons, skunks, birds, and other small mammals who have been injured. The Pet & Wildlife Fund allows us to provide services to these pets when most Veterinarians are closed and the animal control is not readily available. We also provide reduced fee and discounted services for rescue groups. In addition, we also help use this fund for deserving owners needing financial assistance who are down on their luck and need a little help to provide essential services to their pets.

Dr. Raj Salwan and Dr. D.P. Salwan also volunteer their time in Community groups and forums providing assistance to community members and groups. We believe in giving back to the communities that have helped us achieve great success. We believe in enhancing the quality of life for people and their pets.

Use the following contact address for more information, to volunteer, or to make a donation to the AACC Pet & Wildlife Fund:

American Animal Care Center
Pet & Wildlife Fund
37177 Fremont Blvd.
Fremont , CA 94536

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