Boston Terrier Rescue Donations

As you know, all of Boston Terrier Rescue of North Carolina’s foster dogs are spayed or neutered, microchipped, and vaccinated before adoption. What you may not know is what it costs to prepare over 100 dogs each year for adoption. This cost is the reason why we rely on Boston terrier rescue donations in Greensboro, NC. Listed below are a few of the average expenses that we regularly incur to get the foster dogs adoption ready.

Our veterinary expenses total tens of thousands of dollars annually. The average cost of veterinary care for a foster dog far exceeds the adoption fee. Therefore, your adoption fee is very important to the rescue. But as you see, your fee usually does not even cover the cost of vet care for one foster dog. The additional funds required to provide care for our dogs comes mostly from the supporter generosity and Boston terrier fundraisers.

Routine Expenses

Spay/Neuter: $200.00
Rabies Vaccine: $12.00
Distemper/Parvo Vaccine: $22.00
Bordetella Vaccine (Kennel Cough): $15.00
Microchip: $20.00
Standard Office Visit: $40.00
Fecal Test (Deworming): $30.00
Heartworm Test: $30.00

Common Procedures

Cataract Surgery: $1,500.00
Luxating Patella Surgery: $550.00 per Knee
Mast Cell Tumor Removal: $300.00
Allergy Treatment: $200.00 - $600.00
Mange Treatment: $200.00 - $400.00
Heartworm Treatment: $500.00

Additionally, we often pay for medications such as phenobarbital for seizures, NSAIDS, prednisone for allergies and inflammation, and Enalapril for heart disease. We also cover less common but costly surgeries as needed for conditions such as intestinal blockages or elongated soft palates. Please help us in our mission and donate to our animal rescue.