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100% of donations go toward improving animal welfare in American Samoa. We are accepting monetary donations which will be used to purchase supplies and sent to the American Samoan clinic. If you or an organization are interested in donating physical items, please contact our team. You can also purchase items in our Coconut Mutt shop where 100% of proceeds go directly to helping animals in American Samoa. Donations are tax deductible.

By donating, your help goes directly towards purchasing some of the most basic, most desperately needed supplies for the veterinarian clinic. The following list was put together by Dr. Kristen. These basic supplies will make an infinite difference in the lives and welfare for the animals we serve. Follow us on Facebook and Instagram to watch for updates about how YOUR donations are helping animals!

More cages are needed and puppy pads for incoming patients, such as this puppy who was found abandoned in a parking lot

Always needed items that will be purchased with donations:

  • Flea and tick shampoos ($6 per)
  • Bandaging material, such as sterile gauze ($5 per pack)
  • Puppy pads ($10 per pack)
  • Animal food ($20-$40 per)
  • Animal carriers, size ranging from small kittens to large dogs ($50-
    $150 per)
  • Vaccination medication
  • Deworming medication ($20)
  • Ivermectin, an antiparasitic medication used to treat a variety of conditions, such as mange ($50)
  • Pyrantel pamoate, a deworming medication ($15)
  • Heartworm tests ($2 per test)
  • Leptospirosis tests, leptospirosis is bacterial infection ($15)
  • Parvovirus tests, parvovirus is a viral disease ($15)
  • IV fluids and administration sets, such as lactated ringer’s solution and IV tubing ($5-$30)

Larger items needed that will be purchased with donations:

  • Washer/dryer, for clinic laundry ($500-$1000)
  • Freezer ($600)
  • Truck, for transporting animals and traveling to villages to host spay and neuter clinics ($20,000) DONATED!
  • Hot water heater ($300) DONATED!
  • New cages for housing animals in clinic, preferably stainless steel ($2000-$5000)
  • Stainless steel examination table ($400)
  • Dentistry tools ($200-$1000)
  • Centrifuge to spin microhemotocrit tubes, to analyze blood samples ($600-$2000)
  • Anesthesia vaporizor for isoflurane, for use during surgeries ($700-$1000)
  • CBC machine, for blood samples analysis ($1000-$3000)
  • Chemistry rotors for existing Abaxis machine ($500 per box)


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