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How you can help:

  • Partner with a domestic violence shelter to provide a reliable location to house pets of their residents.

You may often have a full house at your clinic, but if you have space available consider boarding a pet of a resident at the domestic violence shelter. This seemingly small action may just save a life.

  • Donate time and services to care for the pets of domestic violence victims

If you don’t have the space to spare to board a pet, consider donating your time and services. Domestic violence shelters that have on-site pet housing still need veterinarians to perform wellness checks and provide care for injured or sick pets. There are charitable organizations that provide funding for veterinarians who donate services.

Sign up below to be added to our list of veterinarians willing to offer assistance. If a domestic violence shelter in your area requests help, your contact information will be provided to them.

If you encounter a problem with the form, you can also email us at

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