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Note: These articles are provided for information only and are not meant to replace veterinary care.

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Emergency Relief

Did you know that a percentage of financial donations are set aside for our Emergency Relief Fund? This fund provides aid to families displaced with pets during times of personal tragedies. Relieving the burden on guardians by setting up their pets helps everyone displaced find comfort. The only requirement to apply for help from for the fund is the very need for help through a tragedy.

Support from Berkeley’s Place includes from snout to tail which means replacing everything a companion animal may require. In the case of exotics, this can include bird/parrot cages, ferret nations, reptile enclosures and habitats, speciality food and other required items for that species of animal. Often families flee a fire with only their pets and often times the things we take for granted like a leash or food bowl are things that require immediate replacement. We feel if our pets are settled with some feature comforts, it helps us to settle to focus on rebuilding the pieces of our shattered lives.

Duncan & Craig LLP Laurel Awards

The Duncan & Craig LLP Laurel Awards recognize and celebrate the work of non-profit organizations in the City of Edmonton. Nominees are all amazing, talented and innovative individuals who have made great contributions in our City.

Berkeley's Place was nominated for our pet emergency fund and we were chosen as the Staff Choice!!! We are humbled to be the recipients of this prestigious award and stand with pride amongst all other well deserving winners.. As a volunteer run Foundation, it is a honor to be recognized for the hard work this team puts forth to make a difference in the lives of animals and people in our community.

The Foundation averages approximately five emergency assistance programs each year.