2810 State St, Bettendorf, IA 52722, USA
50 pounds or greater
between the ages 2 and 7
a good personality (allowing restraint for good jugular venous access)
no history of heart murmurs, seizures or heartworm disease
FOR EMERGENCY AFTER HOUR MEDICAL CARE CALL: 563.344.9599
Medical Emergency Care for Your Pets
Animal Emergency Center of the Quad Cities
"Myles" Lisa B.
"Chloe" List B.
"Cool" Karen H.
"Malley" Gary J.
"Porter" Gary J.
"Django" Norma J.
"Hector" Ramsey S.
"Dash" Ramsey S.
"Effie" Shannon B.
"Dawson" Amanda K.
"Weston" Amanda K.
"Reid" Amanda K.
"Chance" Breanne B.
Our deepest appreciation to these owners and their hero dogs who help save lives through their precious blood donations.
Occasionally, animals may require life saving blood transfusions from either a fresh blood product or frozen plasma. The AEC, as a central facility to many referring area clinics, houses a small blood bank for just this purpose. Currently, staff pets have provided a small pool of donators but the AEC is still in need of more. If you are interested in having your pet become a lifesaving donor, please contact the AEC for to see if your pet would be a good candidate. A few requirements do apply.
For participation in the program, the AEC would like to reward the donor animals and their owners. They will receive a 10% discount on future services at the AEC, a free health exam prior to each donation and recognition on the AEC website as a blood donor. Lifetime discounts are applied to donors after they are in the program for two years.
CURRENT BLOOD DONORS AT
Animal Emergency Center of Quad Cities