Category: Hemopet News

Hemopet Non-Profit Helps Save Lives

  Hemopet operates behind-the-scenes helping the veterinary community save our companion dogs’ lives. It is rare for us to have the opportunity to demonstrate how critical our services are. I want to spotlight, Robin, the fearless police dog who was stung by approximately 60-100 bees in May 2015. In the video, you will hear my…

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New Automated Technology Introduced to Hemopet Hemolife Diagnostics Division

Hemopet has just installed a state-of-the-art robotic immunoanalyser for use in its specialty laboratory diagnostics program. This instrument will enable the Hemolife Laboratory staff to perform the salivary-based Nutriscan food intolerance testing on dogs and cats, and the thyroglobulin autoantibody (TgAA) assay for the Thyroid Profile 5 and Thyroid Profile 5 PLUS. Other collaborative clinical…

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What Hemopet Is…

Jean Dodds, DVM, established Hemopet — the nation’s first 501©3 non-profit animal blood bank and greyhound rescue/adoption program — in 1986. Hemopet’s licensed animal blood bank provides state-of-the-art blood components and supplies for transfusions to veterinary clinics nationwide and internationally. Hemopet makes transfusion medicine practical, safe and affordable, as well as benefits the donor greyhounds…

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Non-Profit Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory and Animal Blood Bank Announces Creation of the Richard Baker Laboratory

Hemopet, the nation’s only full-service, non-profit veterinary diagnostic facility and canine blood bank, recently announced the creation of The Richard Baker Laboratory. Richard Baker is a founding partner of Messina Baker Entertainment Group, is a Los Angeles talent management and production agency specializing in comedy entertainment. He currently co-manages the career of Tim Allen and…

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Announcing the Joanne Carson Endowment Fund

Hemopet is proud to announce the creation of The Joanne Carson Endowment Fund, in honor of its long time friend and generous supporter of Hemopet’s non-profit Center for Greyhound Rescue and Adoption, and in memory of her beloved companion, “Lucy”. Joanne became involved with Hemopet after her Doberman Pinscher, Pooh Bear, was diagnosed with canine…

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Ernie’s Life as a Hemopet Volunteer

When we received this account of Hemopet volunteer life, we were so overwhelmed with gratitude and thankful to Ernie (Right with Houdini) who dedicated his time to recount his experiences. Ernie and Vicki have volunteered at Hemopet for the past eight years. Without their help and the help of our other volunteers, we would not have been…

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