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NETWORK FOR PETS OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE VICTIMS
INFORMATION FOR DOMESTIC VIOLENCE SHELTERS
How veterinarians and animal care organizations can help you:
Provide reliable locations to house pets of your residents.
Tired of making endless calls to unreliable resources? This website strives to build a network to alleviate some of the stress of trying to find housing for pets. These sources may sometimes be at capacity, but this can provide a first point of contact to a willing resource. You never know, this contact may grow into a working partnership!
Assistance in implementing on-site pet housing plans
If your shelter is interested in implementing a plan for on-site pet housing, animal shelters and veterinarians can be an invaluable source of information to guide you in design and practice. There are also grants available to help with costs!
Provide volunteers to care for pets at on-site housing facilities
They can help provide general care of animals and facility upkeep.
Provide veterinary services
Finding a veterinarian willing to donate services can make on-site pet housing a much more viable option for many shelters.
Sign up below to be added to our list of domestic violence shelters that are interested in networking with animal shelters and/or veterinarians in your area. Once we receive your information, we will contact you with any available resources in your area. Please be advised that this website is designed for general networking, not for emergency situations.
If you encounter a problem with the form, you can also email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.