The Woodstock Animal Foundation, Inc. is a non-profit 501c3 organization dedicated to positively impacting the companion pet population, making every pet a wanted pet. Through the use of education and high quality, low cost spay and neuter programs and vaccination services, our motto is:

“Reducing companion pet over-population one alteration at a time.”

For over 17 years, Woodstock Animal Foundation, Inc. has operated the Woodstock Spay and Neuter Clinic in Lexington, KY. In addition to providing high quality, low cost spay and neuter services they also offer full service veterinary care by appointment Monday through Friday, hold Vaccination/Wellness Clinics the 1st Sunday of each month, and operate mobile programs in various counties around the state. The organization is dedicated to the humane treatment of all animals and to the ever demanding job of decreasing pet overpopulation. Every alteration helps to decrease the number of pets euthanized daily in shelters throughout Kentucky. Help by spaying and neutering your pets and know a big difference is being made because of you!

The Woodstock Animal Foundation, Inc. is committed to helping serve any county in the state of Kentucky that asks for help. We have foster care families in many counties and even other states. We believe there is a home for every pet. The challenge is to keep them safe and healthy until the right match can be found. Your financial support, your volunteer support, your foster care support and your willingness to enroll others to spay and neuter their pets all add up to helping reach the goal of “no more homeless pets.”

When you effect change…change will affect you. Bless you in your stewardship to be a voice for those who cannot speak!

Contact Information:
Woodstock Animal Foundation, Inc.
Woodstock Spay & Neuter Clinic
843 Lane Allen Road, Lexington, KY 40504

General/Appointment Information:
Phone 859-277-7729
Fax 859-277-0100

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Woodstock Spay and Neuter Clinic added a new photo to the album: May 2017 Adoptions.

Little Gabe was adopted today. His mom works for Sheabel Animal Hospital ..... He will be spoiled!!
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Woodstock Spay and Neuter Clinic added 5 new photos.

We just SAVED these babies URGENTLY need a foster for two weeks.... Mom and 6 puppies need to stay together...
PLEASE WE ARE BEGGING FOR FOSTERS TO STEP UP FOR THESE PUPPIES !!! If you can foster please call 859-544-0698
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We just SAVED these three babies (7 wks. old) and URGENTLY need a foster for two weeks.... If you can foster please call 859-544-0698
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We just SAVED these three babies (7 wks. old) and URGENTLY need a foster for two weeks.... If you can foster please call 859-544-0698

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Woodstock Spay and Neuter Clinic added 2 new photos to the album: Woodstock Welcomes Amber: May 24, 2017.

Amber's story begins with Dr. Melanie Green from Martin County in Eastern Kentucky. Amber had been hit by a car and her owner did not want her any more due to her injuries. No one thought anything could be done to help save Amber...

Both sides of her pelvis were fractured and both hip joints damaged. One side of the ball that goes into the hip is totally broken off. The left hip joint is in pieces with the top of the femur fractured off. Amber was sedated to get full scope X-rays of her injuries. Once she was transported to Sheabel Animal Clinic, Dr. Jude and her staff got to work seeing what they could do to help save Amber.

If she wasn't already walking on the right rear leg and passing stool (with the use of softeners) and urine now, there would have been no choice but to euthanize due to poor quality of life. She actually tries to touch the left rear foot to the ground.

Ideally, Amber needs her pelvis put back together but we are not sure which pieces a surgeon would choose. If no surgery is done right away, she would need to be spayed and have stool softeners the rest of her life but an FHO would be more beneficial. So, after much consideration, Dr. Hume will be doing an FHO to remove the top of the femur and smooth the end of the remaining section. This means her leg would be free flowing and would need major rehabilitation in order for her muscles to strengthen and keep the leg in place. The other side of her pelvis will receive a plate to hold it in place to heal.

Amber is only 2-3 years old and about 30 pounds. This precious girl is fighting hard to live. Animals can handle pain a lot better than humans when it comes to healing.

Amber needs TONS of PRAYERS and GUARDIAN ANGELS to help her as she faces surgery, recovery and rehabilitation.

The surgery will cost $2,500.00. One generous, giving Guardian Angel has stepped up and donated $1,000.00!! So, we need more GUARDIAN ANGELS to come forward and donate so the remainder of the bill ($1,500.00) will be paid in full. THANK YOU GUARDIAN ANGEL KATIE ,JOHN, KASEY AND TROY OUR NEW BALANCE TO RAISE IS $1,415.00

We are truly grateful for your love and support! Would YOU like to be a part of Amber's journey too? Do you want to help her and others like her? You can do so by donating to help with medical bills and care. You can donate several different ways: 1. CALL: Phone in your credit card information to 859-277-7729
2. MAIL: Woodstock Animal Foundation, 843 Lane Allen Road, Lexington, KY 40504 3. PAYPAL: woodstockadoption715@gmail.com

Please help us help THEM! We CAN NOT keep taking on cases like this IF we DO NOT HAVE SUPPORT! Each and every donation will help. NO DONATION IS TOO SMALL! Thank you very much for your love and support! We couldn't do this without you!!.
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Amber's story begins with Dr. Melanie Green from Martin County in Eastern Kentucky. Amber had been hit by a car and her owner did not want her any more due to her injuries. No one thought anything could be done to help save Amber... 

Both sides of her pelvis were fractured and both hip joints damaged. One side of the ball that goes into the hip is totally broken off. The left hip joint is in pieces with the top of the femur fractured off. Amber was sedated to get full scope X-rays of her injuries. Once she was transported to Sheabel Animal Clinic, Dr. Jude and her staff got to work seeing what they could do to help save Amber. 

If she wasn't already walking on the right rear leg and passing stool (with the use of softeners) and urine now, there would have been no choice but to euthanize due to poor quality of life. She actually tries to touch the left rear foot to the ground. 

Ideally, Amber needs her pelvis put back together but we are not sure which pieces a surgeon would choose. If no surgery is done right away, she would need to be spayed and have stool softeners the rest of her life but an FHO would be more beneficial. So, after much consideration, Dr. Hume will be doing an FHO to remove the top of the femur and smooth the end of the remaining section. This means her leg would be free flowing and would need major rehabilitation in order for her muscles to strengthen and keep the leg in place. The other side of her pelvis will receive a plate to hold it in place to heal. 

Amber is only 2-3 years old and about 30 pounds. This precious girl is fighting hard to live. Animals can handle pain a lot better than humans when it comes to healing. 

Amber needs TONS of PRAYERS and GUARDIAN ANGELS to help her as she faces surgery, recovery and rehabilitation. 

The surgery will cost $2,500.00. One generous, giving Guardian Angel has stepped up and donated $1,000.00!! So, we need more GUARDIAN ANGELS to come forward and donate so the remainder of the bill ($1,500.00) will be paid in full. THANK YOU GUARDIAN ANGEL   KATIE ,JOHN, KASEY AND TROY OUR NEW BALANCE TO RAISE IS $1,415.00 

We are truly grateful for your love and support! Would YOU like to be a part of Amber's journey too? Do you want to help her and others like her? You can do so by donating to help with medical bills and care. You can donate several different ways: 1. CALL: Phone in your credit card information to 859-277-7729 
2. MAIL: Woodstock Animal Foundation, 843 Lane Allen Road, Lexington, KY 40504 3. PAYPAL: woodstockadoption715@gmail.com 

Please help us help THEM! We CAN NOT keep taking on cases like this IF we DO NOT HAVE SUPPORT! Each and every donation will help. NO DONATION IS TOO SMALL! Thank you very much for your love and support! We couldn't do this without you!!.

Quick reminder: Woodstock will NOT be at Petsmart on Westport tomorrow. You can see some of Woodstock's animals at the Metzger's in Simpsonville.
Adopt Me Bluegrass will be at Petsmart.
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Woodstock would like to ask you for your votes in Lexington Herald Leader's 2017 READERS' CHOICE AWARDS. Please click the link below, scroll down to 'Pet Business', then scroll down to 'Woodstock'. Cast your vote and you're done! We truly appreciate your support!!

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Amber's story begins with Dr. Melanie Green from Martin County in Eastern Kentucky. Amber had been hit by a car and her owner did not want her any more due to her injuries. No one thought anything could be done to help save Amber... Both sides of her pelvis were fractured and both hip joints damaged. One side of the ball that goes into the hip is totally broken off. The left hip joint is in pieces with the top of the femur fractured off. Amber was sedated to get full scope X-rays of her injuries. Once she was transported to Sheabel Animal Clinic, Dr. Jude and her staff got to work seeing what they could do to help save Amber. If she wasn't already walking on the right rear leg and passing stool (with the use of softeners) and urine now, there would have been no choice but to euthanize due to poor quality of life. She actually tries to touch the left rear foot to the ground. Ideally, Amber needs her pelvis put back together but we are not sure which pieces a surgeon would choose. If no surgery is done right away, she would need to be spayed and have stool softeners the rest of her life but an FHO would be more beneficial. So, after much consideration, Dr. Hume will be doing an FHO to remove the top of the femur and smooth the end of the remaining section. This means her leg would be free flowing and would need major rehabilitation in order for her muscles to strengthen and keep the leg in place. The other side of her pelvis will receive a plate to hold it in place to heal. Amber is only 2-3 years old and about 30 pounds. This precious girl is fighting hard to live. Animals can handle pain a lot better than humans when it comes to healing. Amber needs TONS of PRAYERS and GUARDIAN ANGELS to help her as she faces surgery, recovery and rehabilitation. The surgery will cost $2,500.00. One generous, giving Guardian Angel has stepped up and donated $1,000.00!! So, we need more GUARDIAN ANGELS to come forward and donate so the remainder of the bill ($1,500.00) will be paid in full. THANK YOU GUARDIAN ANGEL KATIE ,JOHN, KASEY AND TROY OUR NEW BALANCE TO RAISE IS $1,415.00 We are truly grateful for your love and support! Would YOU like to be a part of Amber's journey too? Do you want to help her and others like her? You can do so by donating to help with medical bills and care. You can donate several different ways: 1. CALL: Phone in your credit card information to 859-277-7729 2. MAIL: Woodstock Animal Foundation, 843 Lane Allen Road, Lexington, KY 40504 3. PAYPAL: woodstockadoption715@gmail.com Please help us help THEM! We CAN NOT keep taking on cases like this IF we DO NOT HAVE SUPPORT! Each and every donation will help. NO DONATION IS TOO SMALL! Thank you very much for your love and support! We couldn't do this without you!!.

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BIG, EXCITING NEWS!!
FREE DOWNLOAD!! FREE DOWNLOAD!! FREE DOWNLOAD!!
Woodstock will be utilizing a NEW application, called Head's Up Pet Rescue, to keep our followers and supporters updated with the most current happenings, including adoption events, vaccination clinics, auctions and more!! This application will provide our followers with EVERY post we make so you will not miss any important information!
Woodstock is looking forward to keeping our followers informed about EVERYTHING happening with our organization! We hope you will choose to download the application for FREE and join us! Thank you!
ANDROID DOWNLOAD:
play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.syntechcreative.headsuppets&hl=en
APPLE DOWNLOAD:
itunes.apple.com/us/app/heads~up~pet~rescue/id1196825941?mt=8
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Woodstock Animal Foundation shared their album.

PLEASE read Jordan's story below... Woodstock needs your support! Please give if you can...

The total cost for Jordan's surgery and medical care, as well as after care, will be $1,500.00. If you would like to help monetarily, you can donate several different ways:
1. CALL: 859-277-7729 with your credit card information
2. MAIL: Send cash or check to
Woodstock Animal Foundation,
843 Lane Allen Road, Lexington, KY 40504 3. PAYPAL:
woodstockanimalfoundation@ gmail.com.

Please help us help THEM! We can NOT keep taking on cases like this if we DO NOT HAVE SUPPORT! Each and every donation will help. NO DONATION IS TOO SMALL! Thank you very much for your love and support! We couldn't do this without you!!.
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Jordan, a 3 year old female Terrier mix, was found in a rural part of Kentucky by a Good Samaritan. They believe she had been hit by a car and both back legs were broken. A quick response from the county animal control office and a ready, willing and able local rescue group created a great team so Jordan could quickly get to a local vet clinic. Once she was stable, a transporter set off with Jordan headed to Woodstock. Once Jordan arrived at Woodstock, everyone jumped into action. The director began making calls to find a vet who could help. Once Jordan was seen by the vet, it was determined that one of her leg injuries was old and had begun to heal on its own. The other leg was broken in many places. Though it was believed at first she'd been hit by a car, at this point we don't know what exactly happened to her. Jordan needed surgery to insert numerous pins into her leg to hold the bones in place so it can heal correctly. She now has external fixators with 6 pins on both sides of her leg to keep the pins in place. It will take time to completely heal, but Jordan is a young, strong girl and now in a wonderful foster home so we know she'll be on the road to recovery very soon! We would like to take a moment and thank the amazing rescuers who reached out to us for help, the generous transporter who got Jordan to us safe and sound, and last but not least, Elk Creek Animal Hospital and their loving staff for all the hard work put in to save Jordan's leg. It definitely was a team effort!! Jordan has had angels with her from the moment she was rescued and she continues to need them... If you would like to be a Guardian Angel to Jordan, please pray for her healing and if you can donate, we would truly appreciate it, as would Jordan. The total cost for Jordan's surgery and medical care, as well as after care, will be $1,500.00. If you would like to help monetarily, you can donate several different ways: 1. CALL: 859-277-7729 with your credit card information 2. MAIL: Send cash or check to Woodstock Animal Foundation, 843 Lane Allen Road, Lexington, KY 40504 3. PAYPAL: woodstockanimalfoundation@ gmail.com. Please help us help THEM! We can NOT keep taking on cases like this if we DO NOT HAVE SUPPORT! Each and every donation will help. NO DONATION IS TOO SMALL! Thank you very much for your love and support! We couldn't do this without you!!.

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