We believe the love, companionship and health benefits of having a pet is something everyone deserves to experience. We also believe every pet deserves a vet to help it live a healthy life and prevent the surrender of the beloved pet to a shelter because of costly medical conditions that can be easily prevented or treated.
We provide affordable, non-emergency, basic veterinary care for pet owners who can’t afford those services elsewhere. For just $40, a pet gets a thorough examination by our veterinarian, core vaccines (rabies, distemper/parvo for dogs and FVRCP for cats), and a general dewormer. There is an additional cost for other vaccinations, medications and services. For the 2 puppy and kitten booster visits following your initial wellness visit, the fee is $20 per visit. If your pet is not yet spayed or neutered, we will schedule your pet for surgery for a reduced fee. If you choose not to sterilize your pet, you will pay an additional $10 for every wellness visit - a total of $50 per visit.
To be eligible, your family’s total household income must be at or below 200% of the federal poverty guidelines or you must have other extraordinary circumstances warranting financial assistance.
Please bring with you to your pet’s wellness appointment:
|Household Size||Gross Annual Household Income|
|Each additional person add||$8,840|
Income tax return from last year
Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits statement letter
Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits statement letter
Benefits letter for SNAP, WIC or Medicaid
Unemployment benefits statement
Workers Compensation benefits statement
Section 8 housing voucher
VA Disability Compensation Benefit Statement
Benefits letter for Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF)
Duke Energy statement showing PIPP Plus participation
Pets In Need Membership card
Payment is due at the time of service. We accept cash and debit/credit card. Debit/credit cards are subject to a $1 processing fee.
We do not treat behavioral issues, chronic conditions (diabetes, anxiety, thyroid disorders, heart disease, cancer), injuries, or parvovirus. We do not provide major trauma or emergency care.