Mazie’s Mission has a multi-tiered approach to animal welfare. Our primary focus is the Rescue Hospital. In January, 2014 we opened the very first non-profit veterinary clinic that serves rescue organizations & shelters ONLY. By providing high-quality, low cost care to rescue organizations & shelters, we hope to decrease the euthanasia rate of treatable animals in the shelter system.
The rest of Mazie's mission includes our community outreach programs, our rescue program, & our forensic veterinary medicine division. We want to do everything in our power to help the underserved, homeless, & abused pets in our area! We started The Mission by rescuing as many special needs animals as we could, cured them, & placed them in forever homes. These animals were extremely ill pets or animals destined for euthanasia. We still maintain an active rescue program, & typically take in 15 - 20 sick animals a month who would otherwise have been euthanized. Once cured, they are offered for adoption!