HOMELESS OREGON PET PROJECT
- Our goal at HOPP 501(c)(3) Nonprofit is to help improve the quality of life and health of pets owned by people experiencing homelessness or who have no income.
- We strive to educate the importance of vaccinating, regular check-ups, heart-worm prevention, tick-borne disease and parasite prevention.
- We provide general exams, flea and tick control, heart-worm prevention, de-worming, basic vaccines for dogs and cats and treat some minor medical conditions.
The Homeless Oregon Pet Project (HOPP) 501(c)(3) Nonprofit began in January 2009.
We help with general check-up and sick exams, vaccines, flea and tick control, heartworm prevention, de-worming and the treatment of minor medical conditions, sickness and wounds.
We also may be able to help with the cost of spaying and neutering at local area veterinary clinics.
Until one has loved an animal, a part of one’s soul remains unawakened.” ― Anatole France
We function as a non-profit organization (501(c)(3) Nonprofit).
Our mission at HOPP 501(c)(3) Nonprofit is to help improve the quality of life and health of pets owned by people experiencing homelessness or who have NO income.
The Grants Pass Clinic is usually held on the first Tuesday of every month from 10 to noon. Please come early to get a number and make sure that your pet is seen. Arrivals after 11:30 may not be seen. Clinics are held in Ashland 3 to 4 times a year on an irregular schedule. Please watch for fliers in the Ashland area.
Clinic Location: Riverside Park in Grants Pass, OR
In the upper parking lot off of E Park St.