About Animal Blood Resources International


At Animal Blood Resources International we save animals through transfusion medicine and provide much-needed blood and transfusion supplies to veterinarians and their patients. We also provide 24/7 technical support to veterinarians and their clinics. We rescue and adopt healthy animal donors otherwise destined for euthanasia, and often we provide the first compassionate home they've ever known.

Founded in 1988, ABRI has introduced veterinary practitioners around the world to transfusion medicine. Our founder, Stan Carlin, DVM, is credited with developing the very first blood bank for animals and over the years as we have grown, we have earned the distinction of being the largest veterinary transfusion supplier in the world. Our Director, Pat Kaufman, BC/CPDT, is a certified dog trainer and behaviorist who serves on the board of several prestigious veterinary associations and is a contributing author on important transfusion literature. With a commitment to product development, quality control, and establishing relationships within the animal help network - we are proud of the work we do and of the life-saving contributions we make.

About our Donor Program:

Rescue Program
Endless Days to Run & Play

rescueawardHealthy, safe and happy - from their fate at the pound, we rescue unwanted and un-adoptable animals and give them a home. Here they do much more than play, eat and sleep - they save lives through humane blood contributions for veterinary patients in need. We are committed to ongoing adoption efforts for all our animals, and in the meantime we have plenty of love to give our donor and "retired" friends for their safe and content future.




Hope Dogs having fun

Hope came to us as a rescue and was adopted before becoming a donor. She is now a successful agility dog. Many of our rescues are placed in loving homes before ever becoming donors.

Happy Dogs in our Program


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ABRI Price List

Lab Services Price List

Other Important Documents