The Animal Health Organization is a 501(c)(3) non-profit animal welfare corporation like no other. Through our programs we are able to fill the needs of countless animals and their families by providing affordable veterinary medical care, food, supplies, and support to keep animals happy, healthy, and out of shelters.
We provide a full range of veterinary services, including: Spay/Neuter, Preventative Medicine, General Care, Urgent and Emergency Care, Surgery, Hospitalization, Radiology, Dentistry, Exotic Pet Care, Hospice/End-of-Life Support, Euthanasia, and more. Our products and services are low-cost to ensure that all pets are able to receive the medical care they need and deserve.
Our Shelter Diversion program works with pet owners, shelters, and local rescue groups to keep pets out of animal shelters. We do this by providing financial assistance for veterinary care and supplies, re-homing assistance, temporary housing, and by animal rescue and adoption.
Our Community Outreach program assists in providing pets of low-income or homeless families with pet food, shelter, safety supplies, and enrichment supplies. This program also provides pets of homeless individuals with free basic and emergency veterinary medical care
Our Rescue and Adopt program takes in unwanted or undesirable animals and provides them with medical care, rehabilitation, and training to ensure they're able to find a loving forever home. We accept animals that are surrendered by their owners only after they have spoken with our Shelter Diversion department to try to find an alternate solution
Our Trap-Alter-Return Program (TARP) is the humane and effective solution to addressing the overpopulation of feral cats. This program saves lives, reduces the number of animals in local animal shelters through spay and neuter, and helps reduce disease transmission through vaccination and testing. In addition, we address any and all medical concerns before being released.
TAHO assists in providing emergency response in disaster situations around the nation. Our disaster relief team consists of veterinary professionals and volunteers that are ready to travel at a moment's notice to help provide veterinary care and dispense food and supplies to pets in need.
Your generous donation will help us fund our mission - 100% of donations received go directly into programs to supply veterinary care, food, and supplies to animals in need.
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Due to the increased demand for veterinary services and changes in protocols surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic, our clients may experience (and should expect) longer-than-normal/extended waiting periods.
Please be assured that our team is working diligently to continue to provide the high level of medical and client service we are so well known for.