Blood donation

Your pet could save lives... By giving blood!

Animal blood donors are vital for saving the lives of seriously sick or injured cats.

icn-don-de-sang.pngOne donation can save up to tHREE lives


What happens to your animal when it gives blood?

First, we will take a blood sample to do a complete blood profile and to identify its blood type.

Depending on its temperament, your pet may need to be sedated. This short-acting sedation is administered by injection. Approximately 50 ml of blood will be withdrawn from your cat. Your pet will receive a meal as soon as the effect of the sedative is over.

Your pet must rest for the remainder of the day, and stay under observation in our treatment room.

We keep a record of dates and withdrawal sites as well as any relevant details. Pets can safely give blood every six weeks, but we prefer to wait four months between donations.

Donor's Eligibility Requirements:

  • In good health
  • Between 2 to 8 years of age
  • Neutered
  • Vaccinated 
  • Must not eat raw food
  • Must weigh at least 8 lbs for cats 

Benefits of Blood Donation

  • Check up and blood analysis will be made free of charge.
  • If needed, your pet will receive a transfusion free of charge. 


For more information, contact us.