Lexy the Elderbull

Lexy the Elderbull is a senior rescued pitbull living life to the fullest in Vancouver, BC. 
 
We are dedicated to advocating for rescue animals, specifically senior dogs and pitbulls. 
 
We aim to provide information on animal welfare issues, resources for adoption, senior dogs and pitbulls, and fundraising tips supporting our advocacy values and mission.     
Photo by Chris Lee Photography
Lexy's Fundraisers
LIMITED EDITION LEXY  STUFF
"Aged To Perfection"
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Keep your pet healthy with Yaletown Pet Hospital and GoFetch Health

Feb 1 - 28, 2019
partial proceeds supporting
Charlie's Pet Food Bank

We've teamed up Yaletwon Pet Hospital and GoFetch to raise awareness about senior and all life stages health
AND to raise funds for Charlie's Pet Food Bank, operated by the BC SPCA. 
I can not think of anything more rewarding!

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Thank you to these amazing companies for supporing Charlie's Pet Food Bank
with donations from the entire month of  February 2019
Senior Dog Care & Pet Health 
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Advances in health care have resulted in extended life expectancy of humans as well as our dog and cat companions. Yet, we and our pets are naturally programmed to age.  On a cellular level, we have an aging “clock” that counts down and arrests the cell cycle.  Aging is not a disease.  It is a process that involves a progressive loss of functional reserve capacity in the body’s major organ systems. 
We know that aging predisposes dogs and cats to certain diseases.  However, a proactive approach to geriatric health issues through regular screening promotes early detection of abnormalities resulting in enhanced quality of life and longevity. 
It is reported that 39% of the pet population in the US is greater than 7 years old.  Yet, only about 14% of senior animals undergo regular health screening.  If senior wellness examinations are started in middle age, it establishes a baseline for future comparison.  Testing yearly in middle age patients is comparable to seeing your doctor every 4-5 years.  However, once an animal is geriatric, routine health care visits are recommended every six months.  This would be like seeing your doctor every 2-3 human years.

Lexy's "Aged To Perfection" campaign is offering two ways you can keep your eyes firmly on the health of your cat or dog furbaby.


Yaletown Pet Hospital 
$20 from every Geriatric Panel + Urinalysis conducted at the hospital in Vancouver, Canada is donated to Charlie's Pet Food Bank
www.yaletownpethospital.com
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Register for a new membership before March 1 (Canada only) for just $9.99 a month and $20 will be added to your GoFetch Health reward balance.
AND - book your Geriatric Panel with Yaletown Pet Hospital, as above, and GoFetch Health will reimburse the visit as part of your new membership.
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Yaletown Pet Hospital 
$20 from every Geriatric Panel + Urinalysis conducted at the hospital donated

Yaletown Pet Hospital is dedicated to overall animal wellness, treating a pet's body and paying extra attention to ther emotional well being as well.  Of particular focus in senior pet health.
One of the best things pet owners can do for thier furbabies is to schedule regular Veterinary care. Full checkups become even more important as our pets age. Geriatric Panels offer amazing insight into your pets overall health.

A geriatric panel is a diagnostic tool that our veterinarians use to look inside your pet and assess their overall health. 
A panel can be performed when a pet is otherwise healthy to help detect early illness/disease before noticeable symptoms become apparent. Normal results give your veterinarian a baseline for your pet.

To begin a small amount of blood and urine is collected from your pet. This will provide a lot of useful information about your pet’s health.  
The geriatric panel can produce results related to liver, kidney, pancreas, and thyroid.

Routine testing is important, catching illness in its early stages can make treatment easier, more effective and less costly.

Contact Yaletown Pet Hospital today to schedule your pets' Geriatric panel + Urinalysis
604-682-7389

Go Fetch Health

One Plan. One Price. Unlimited Support. Total Peace of Mind
 
Go Fetch Health reimagined vet care for the modern pet parent and they keep it simple. 
No deductibles. No applications. No “pre-existing condition” clauses. Just better access to vet care … for the price of 2 lattes a month. 

Every plan includes 24/7 access to vets and a cash-back program for in-clinic exams, you can finally afford to give your pets the quality, preventative vet care they need to live long, happy lives. All for only $9.99/month.
(only available in Canada)




Sign-up for a new GoFetch membership before March 1st and receive bloodwork & urinalysis  for your pet at Yaletown Pet Hospital:


Yaletown Pet Hospital will be donating $20 to Charlies Pet Food Bank


$20 will be added to your GoFetch Health reward balance



GoFetch Health will reimburse that past visit as part of your membership 



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About Charlie's Pet Food Bank  

The human-animal bond is powerful. Studies show that having a pet helps people’s mental and physical health. Pets give us constant, unconditional love. Many people tell us that their pets have saved their lives.
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As part of the Downtown Eastside, Charlie's Pet Food Bank, operated by the BCSPCA, have become a resource for many pet guardians and community support workers. To help pet guardians thieir approach is harm reduction by showing respect for the person and building relationships. Charlie’s is a volunteer-operated program and all pet food and supplies are donated.Charlie's also operations free spay and neuter clinics, low cost pet surgeries, and so much more to the community of pet owners who need a little extra help caring for thier furbabies.  Charlie's Pet Food Bank is a lifeline for so many and keeps families together.

Thank You for supporing this cuase.

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