Animal Aid is a full-service veterinary clinic for pet owners who are seeking excellent and affordable veterinary care for their pets. We are dedicated to your furry friends and making sure families of all income levels can afford quality care for their animals. Here, our team treats your pets as their own and is committed to working toward your animal’s health and wellness. We have been voted “Best of the Best” Reader’s Choice for veterinary practices by The Daily Post Athenian every year since 2013!
Committed to the Wellbeing of All Animals & Pets
Animal Aid became a reality when animal lovers Blake and Renee Keith realized the need in their community for a facility that provided affordable medical care and compassionate service to all pets…..a place where pets owned by families on fixed or limited incomes could receive the same level of care as those more fortunate. Everyone is welcome to bring their pets to our hospital for care. Those individuals who do not need the assistance will find our fees comparable to other hospitals in our area – the difference being the portion generally designated as ‘profit’ goes toward helping the less fortunate care for their pets.
We opened for business in November 2011 and have been overwhelmed by tremendous support from the community. Many thanks to those who have supported us from the beginning during the growth and development of Animal Aid.
Animal Aid is a full-service clinic equipped to meet the needs of ALL pets. We offer preventative care, vaccinations, dental cleaning, radiology, general surgery and friendly service.
Pet Assistance Program
Our Pet Assistance Program (PAP) is designed to help lower-income families afford high-quality veterinary care. It involves an application, income verification, client identification, and interview process, so all pet owners can afford proper care and sterilization for their pets. After we receive all documentation, we will determine if and how much assistance we can provide. Assistance is provided based on a sliding scale. To participate in PAP, all pets must be sterilized within a six-month period, and pet owners will be re-certified each year.
Throughout the year, Animal Aid hosts fundraising events to support the following projects:
Miss Daisy’s Pet Food Pantry:
This is an effort to ensure pets don’t go hungry by providing pet food to low-income families. Miss Daisy’s Pantry is stocked with the help of family, friends and community members. Donations are always welcome!
This project provides assistance, including ramps, steps and wheelchairs, for disabled pets.
Our ultimate goal is to add a Safe House & Adoption Facility to Animal Aid!
Animal Aid is a non-profit full-service veterinary hospital that offers low cost sterilization and sliding scale fees for medical care. We provide high-quality service to family pets in need and pets without families.
We accept cash, Mastercard, Visa, and Discover. We also accept Care Credit. We do not accept personal checks or American Express.