Veterinary Care for Pets of People Who Are Homeless

Clinic Information

Clinics are now held at the Eugene Mission warehouse, located at 1509 W 1st Ave (across the street from the main Eugene Mission offices and housing).


The clinic operates on a limited schedule and is provided on a lottery basis for pets of persons considered homeless. Please see our FAQ page for information regarding homelessness status.

Services we provide

  • Well-pet examinations
  • Vaccinations
  • Administration of flea/tick/mosquito preventives
  • Distribution of preventive medication
  • Treatment for minor illnesses, diseases, and wounds
  • Spay/neuter vouchers to local area veterinary clinics
  • Distribution of food and treats, collars, leashes, supplies, pet beds, crates and carriers when available
  • Referrals for emergency medical procedures
  • Friendly, safe environment

Clinic Days and Times

Clinics are held on the 2nd and 4th Sundays, January through October and on the 2nd Sunday in November and December. They run from 9:30 a.m. to 1:30pm but please arrive no later than 8:30 a.m. in order to have your name submitted in the drawing for appointment slots.

Upcoming 2019 Clinics being held at 1509 W 1st Ave (across the street from the Eugene Mission!)

  • December 8

Upcoming 2020 Clinics being held at 1509 W 1st Ave (across the street from the Eugene Mission!)

  • January 12 & 26
  • February 9 & 23
  • March 8 & 22
  • April 12 & 26
  • May 10 & 24
  • June 14 & 28
  • July 12 & 26
  • August 9 & 23
  • September 13 & 27
  • October 11 & 25
  • November 8
  • December 13

Clinic Location

Clinics are now being held at our new location 1509 W 1st Ave, across the street from the Eugene Mission (itself located at 1542 West 1st Avenue)

Your generous contribution will go towards helping pay for medical supplies, dog and cat food, and other pet supplies.
Never be afraid to do what's right, especially if the well-being of a person or animal is at stake. Society's punishments are small compared to the wounds we inflict on our soul when we look the other way. ~Unknown Author