What We Do:
We are a registered Colorado non-profit, 501(c)(3) organization whose mission is to help care for pets of the homeless and indigent community and those who are economically disadvantaged in the Denver metro area. We do this by providing free pet exams, vaccines, dental evaluations, nail trims, minor illness consultations and medications if possible, dog and cat food, treats, pet beds, leashes, collars, etc. We are funded solely on donations (monetary and items) and are strictly a volunteer organization. All monetary donations go toward purchasing supplies for our clinics and all item donations go directly to the people and their pets!
What We Do:
We are a registered Colorado non-profit 501(c)(3) organization whose mission it is to help care for pets of the homeless and indigent community in the Denver metro area. We do this by providing free pet exams, vaccines, minor illness consultations and medications, dog and cat food, treats, pet beds, leashes, collars, etc. We do not charge our clients for any services or pet supplies. We are funded solely on donations (monetary and items listed above) and are strictly a volunteer organization. All monetary donations go toward purchasing supplies for our clinics and all item donations go directly to
our clients and their pets.
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For Pets of the Homeless/Indigent Community:
Pet health exams
Minor medical illness treatment
Rabies certificates and Rabies tags
Dog and cat toys
Dog and cat food
Leashes and collars
Pet jackets, sweaters and coats
Pet beds and carriers
Vouchers for free spays and neuters
Matted hair shaving, as medically necessary
UPCOMING 2020 CLINICS:
JUNE 2020 CLINIC:
Our JUNE clinic will on Thursday, JUNE 4th from 9 am-12 noon at St. Barnabas Episcopal Church (address below). Registration will start at 8:00 am.
Please know that will be working with a small veterinary volunteer team each month and each pet may not be able to see a veterinarian. So, if your pet only needs vaccines, heartworm testing or nail trimming only, a veterinary technician team will be happy to assist you with this, as your pet may not be able to see a vet this time. We may be limiting our veterinarian exams to sick patients only--to be triaged by our medical staff at the time of registration, so if you feel that your pet needs to be seen by a vet, we are happy to accommodate as many people as we can---there may be a long wait time, however, so bring a book! :)
If you need help before or after our clinic, please visit the Resource page on our website for a list of low cost veterinary clinics in the Denver and
surrounding areas, as we are unable to provide urgent or emergency services.
St. Barnabus Episcopal Church
1280 Vine St.
Denver, CO 80206
(see map in the "Contact Us" tab)
Just need help with PET FOOD?
Please contact the
Colorado Pet Pantry:
Every year we participate in Project Homeless Connect, a large event helping Denver's homeless with obtaining all kinds of services they need such as housing, clothing, medical care, dental care, IDs, legal help, resumes and jobs, etc.---and we provide free veterinary care and pet supplies for them! Keep an eye out each fall to volunteer for this wonderful event---it is very meaningful for us and for our special clients!
We do not charge for any of our services, although we do accept donations as you are able.
We provide all of the services listed above, however, we are currently unable to provide heartworm testing, heartworm medication, microchipping, labwork, surgeries or dental cleanings. Additionally, we are unable to provide veterinary care outside of our regularly scheduled free clinics.
If your pet needs assistance at times other than the first Thursday of the month, visit our Resource page for local low-cost veterinary clinics and hospitals that can provide these additional services.
QUALIFICATIONS TO USE OUR SERVICES:
If your pet is over the age of 6 months, he or she must be SPAYED OR NEUTERED to use the services of Peace, Love & Paws (exceptions include advanced age or severe illness---this will be determined by our veterinarian). If your pet is not spayed or neutered, we will see your pet once, determine if your pet is an exception to this rule, then if not, you will need to have your pet spayed or neutered in order to be seen again. We do not provide services to breeding dogs and cats. We can provide free spay/neuter vouchers for those who need it and qualify (see below). You will be asked to provide proof of need once per year.
You must PROVIDE PROOF OF NEED to use our services by bringing one of the following:
Quest or EBT card
Paycheck stub (showing income of no more than $769 per 2-week paycheck)
Income-tax return form (showing income of no more than $30,000 gross per year)
Unemployment check stub (with current date)
Supplemental Security Income (SSI) ID or letter
Or you must be currently experiencing homelessness