Blood Donor


Let Your Dog Become a Donor Hero!

Did you know just one blood donation from your pet can save up to four dogs? It’s true! Volunteer your pup to become a donor heart today.

PASE is launching a dog blood donation program for our hospital’s emergency needs. Through this program, PASE will be able to collect and store blood on-site, ensuring we have plenty available for future emergencies. Your dog will save lives!

With the rise in new pets throughout the COVID-era, we have seen an increased demand for blood donations and we rely solely on the help of volunteers to meet these needs. We appreciate your willingness to explore the option for your pet!

As a donor, you will earn a $50 gift card for every donation and receive a free yearly exam, vaccinations & bloodwork!


If your dog meets the requirements below, please complete the Blood Donor form and we will schedule you for an initial screening appointment. During the screening, your dog will undergo a physical exam by one of PASE’s doctors, provide a small sample of blood, examine your pet’s overall disposition, and review any questions or concerns you may have. Our goal for our new donor program is the utmost safety and comfort for both you and your dog. If at any time throughout the donor process it becomes stressful or too difficult for your pet, we can halt any forward movement.


Our Puppy Dog Heroes must maintain the following physical characteristics and meet specific requirements to be considered. These include the following:

  • Have a good disposition and be able to tolerate venipuncture and restraint.

  • Never had any previous blood transfusions.

  • Have no previous breeding history

  • Not take any medications that could pose a problem for a recipient (monthly heartworm/flea prevention okay!)

  • Receive a normal physical exam by a PASE doctor


  • Must weigh at least 50 pounds

  • Must be between the ages of 1 and 8 years old

  • Must be on year-round heart worm preventative

  • Must be up to date on the following vaccinations: Adenovirus, Distemper, Leptospirosis, Parainfluenza, Parvovirus, and Rabies

If your dog meets these requirements, please submit the form below and one of PASE’s team members will be in touch soon!​​​​​​​

1. Does your dog have a good disposition and able to tolerate venipuncture and restraint?

2. My dog has had any previous blood transfusions.

3. My dog has no previous breeding history.

4. My dog does not take any medications aside from monthly flea, tick, & heartworm prevention.

5. My dog weighs 50 pounds or more.

6. My dog is between the ages of 1 and 8 years old.

7. My dog is on year-round heart worm preventative.

8. My dog is up-to-date on vaccinations.

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