Help for Low-Income Pet Guardians
Low-Cost Veterinary Care
5335 SW 42nd Ave, Portland, OR 97221
Operates the Animal Aid Cares Fund to assist with veterinary expenses, and the C-SNIP affordable spay/neuter program for dogs.
PIXIE CARE CLINIC of the Pixie Project
surgery [at] pixieproject.org
The Scott Wainner Pixie Care Clinic offers homeless and low income Portland residents access to affordable veterinary care by appointment.
Animal Food Banks
CAT ADOPTION TEAM: Cat Food Bank
CAT partners with Washington County Meals on Wheels to provide free cat food to home-bound clients who have pet cats. The Cat Food Bank provides cat food for clients through the Beaverton and Forest Grove Meals on Wheels programs.
FRIENDS INVOLVED IN DOG OUTREACH (FIDO)
Operates a Pet Food Bank distributing dog and cat food on the third Saturday of the month. Teams with Meals on Wheels to deliver pet food to MoW clients. Also offers the Vets Pets program providing pet food to veterans, and active duty military and their families.
HUMANE SOCIETY FOR SOUTHWEST WASHINGTON: Chow Pet Food Assistance
For qualifying families in Clark County, the Humane Society for Southwest Washington's Chow program provides once-monthly pet food assistance
THE PONGO FUND
info [at] thepongofund.org
Offers its Pet Food Bank usually twice monthly to qualified, low-income clients. Provides dog and cat food to clients of Meals on Wheels. Also offers veterinary and spay/neuter services to low-income pet guardians.