Saint Seton’s Orphaned Animals

Based in Virginia, Saint Seton’s Orphaned Animals provides subsidized veterinary care and spay/neuter services for dogs in low income communities.  They provide these services at their non-profit animal hospital – with a goal to significantly reduce the number of dogs abandoned and euthanized across shelters in the region, due to owners not being able to afford veterinary care for their pets. We are supporting Saint Seton’s veterinary assistance program to provide low income owners with spay/neuter vouchers which also cover vaccination against rabies, parvo and distemper, as well as a heartworm test.

It provides these services at its non-profit animal hospital – with a goal to reduce significantly the number of dogs abandoned and euthanized across shelters in the region due to owners not being able to afford veterinary care for their pets.

Saint Seton’s veterinary assistance program provides 300 spay/neuter vouchers each year to low income dog owners. The vouchers also cover vaccination against rabies, parvo and distemper as well as a heartworm test.


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