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Just like humans, sick and injured dogs need blood transfusions. But there is a serious shortage of canine blood. So tails will be wagging when you and your dog donate blood.

Australian Animal Blood Bank

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Find out about dog blood donations.

Eligibility

Can you and your dog give blood?

Pre-screening

We check that your bloods are all good.

The Dog Donation Process

You sit with your dog to provide reassurance. Hair is clipped from a small area on the neck and the area is then cleansed with disinfectant. A qualified vet from the Australian Animal Blood Bank (AABB) takes a unit of blood (approx 450mls). This usually takes around 5 minutes. Donors are rewarded with lots of yummy treats and praise!

Every dog donation may save up to 3 dogs.

Can your dog give blood?

Take this quick quiz from the Australian Animal Blood Bank.

Is your dog between 25kg and 70kg?

Is your dog between 1 – 6 years old?

Bummer your dog does not qualify to take part.

Thanks for taking the quiz, unfortunately based on your responses
your dog does not meeting the requirement to safely donate blood.

If you’d like to find out more about the criteria visit the AABB
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    Congratulations your dog can give blood!

    For more information on how your dog can give bloodvisit the AABB

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    Dog Pre-Screening

    A "Screening Appointment" will be held with potential donor dogs and their owners to assess the temperament of your dog to ensure it is ok with unfamiliar people and places.

    Here an Australian Animal Blood Bank (AABB) veterinarian will collect a blood sample to perform a full blood screening.

    If the blood results are all good, the Pedigree Donate With a Mate team will schedule you and your dog to Donate with a Mate on Thursday 18th April 2019.

    Dog Pre-Screening

    A "Screening Appointment" will be held with potential donor dogs and their owners to assess the temperament of your dog to ensure it is ok with unfamiliar people and places.

    Here an Australian Animal Blood Bank (AABB) veterinarian will collect a blood sample to perform a full blood screening.

    If the blood results are all good, the Pedigree Donate With a Mate team will schedule you and your dog to Donate with a Mate on Thursday 18th April 2019.