Healthy pets are happy pets. Access to veterinary services is important for all pets, but that can be challenging for low-income families. We're fortunate to live in a community with many available services for pets (and families) who need a helping hand. Let more about support programs and clinics below.
Good Neighbor Vet
In partnership with Good Neighbor Vet, HSSW provides vaccination clinics at both our Adoption Center-Shelter and ReTails Thrift Store. Clinics operate on a regular monthly schedule.
ReTails Thrift Store (parking lot): every Wednesday | 5:00-6:30 pm
HSSW Adoption Center (parking lot): 2nd, 4th, and 5th (when applicable) Wednesdays | 2:00-3:30
Please verify times and see more locations at goodneighborvet.com.
Other Clinics in Our Community
The following clinics offer a number of services to the pets of low-income families. Available services and pricing vary by clinic - please contact the clinic directly to confirm service availability, appointment times, and fees.
Companion Pet Clinic- Cascade Park
Companion Pet Clinic’s Cascade Park location offers low-cost vaccinations and exams on a walk-in basis.
Luv My Pet Clinics
Luv My Pet Clinics are available inside most local Petco stores and offer individual vaccines as well as vaccine packages. They also offer heart worm testing and heart worm and flea medication.
The Pixie Project
A nonprofit adoption center and rescue providing adoption, pet education, and free veterinary services for low-income and pets of people experiencing homelessness. For Portland residents only.
Portland Animal Welfare (PAW)
Offering veterinary services at no cost to the pets of families who are homeless or income at or under the federal poverty line. In addition, all owned pets must be spayed/neutered or you must be willing to allow PAW Team to spay/neuter your pet at no cost. More information about how to qualify for the service is available at their website.
For additional questions, please contact:
Community Program Team