Members of the public with inadequate income (per published Low-Income-Cutoff data) who are unable to afford the cost of required, medically necessary veterinary care can apply for a subsidy. PAWS allowances improve access to preventive and critically-needed vet care..
If you have a need that does not appear to be covered, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to see if there is still a way we can help.
PAWS programs support those fleeing violence or temporarily unable to care for their animal companions by subsidizing the cost of veterinarian care that is a prerequisite for the animal finding safety. Spay/neuter, up-to-date vaccinations and a base level of stable health are a requirement for animals entering a shelter, foster care or kennel.
PAWS helps people in distress keep their pets – safe and healthy too!
Focused on prevention with pet care advice aimed at decreasing the severity of future issues, health and welfare of companion animals and life-time cost of pet ownership.
Through partnerships with veterinary clinics, community agencies, businesses and donors, PAWS aims to improve the welfare of people with animal companions across Southwest Ontario.