Partnering with Pets4Life

The success of our mission is dependent on successful partnerships with local veterinarians, vet techs & vet assistants.  Watch this video to discover one of Louisville’s best kept secrets related to animal welfare:

Our outreach program is not in competition with local vet clinics, since we target populations without access to care. Most pets we treat have never been seen by a vet. There are many ways to help:

Our mission is only possible with the help of volunteer vets/techs.

A. Volunteer at a Wellness Clinic

We are in need of vets & assistants willing to providing vet services during our wellness clinics. These clinics do more than just vaccinate pets. We treat other simple-to- diagnose ailments, provide flea and tick medication, and emphasize interaction with the pet’s owner. All volunteer vets, techs, and assistants will be recognized on our Facebook page and website. Current Sign-up Form Here

B. Give back by Donating Medicine

Flea and Tick medications are not affordable for the pet owners we see. Much suffering occurs because of this. We know that products that are past expiration date can’t be sold, but they are still effective for our populations. You can make a charitable donation to our clinic of your past-date flea medications by calling 502-309-9303 or emailing Thank you!

C. Staff a Wellness Clinic

Banfield Staff at Pets4Life Beechmont Community Pet Day

A wonderful way to help is to volunteer as a group by providing vets, techs (and even administrative staff) to help at a particular wellness clinic. This is a great way to bond with your clinic staff while doing something charitable for the community. If interested, please call 502-309-9303 or email to select a clinic date and location. All vet clinics who help will be recognized on our Facebook page and website

D. Host an Angel Tree (Coming back in Dec 2022!)

Another way to help is to host an Angel Tree during the Holidays. This allows your clients to participate by making a cash or gift donation to Pets4Life Louisville. This program has been on hold due to Covid but will be re-starting this holiday season. Read about the 2019 Angel Tree Program.

Thank you to our Partners

Many animal welfare groups and veterinary clinics have supported our work by partnering with us, sponsoring us, or providing volunteers. We are sincerely grateful to the following groups for working with us over the past several years to bring ultra-low-cost clinics to the people and pets that need it most:

All Pets Veterinary Center

Animal Doctors

Animal Hospital of the Highlands

Banfield Animal Hospital

Banfield Foundation (pet nonprofit)

Barbour Lane Animal Hospital

Beechmont Community Center (Louisville Parks and Recreation)

Best Friends (pet nonprofit)

Central High School

Club K9 Dog Park Bar (dog park bar)

Crescent Hill Animal Hospital

Derby City Pediatric Dentistry

Doerr Animal Clinic

East Louisville Animal Hospital

East Pointe Animal Hospital

Gailor Animal Hospital

Goshen Animal Hospital

Elderserve (senior services)

Heart’s Ease Veterinary Care (compassionate home vet care)

Johnson Veterinary Services

Kentucky Humane Society

Louisville Metro Animal Services (LMAS)

My Dog Eats First (nonprofit for homeless pet owners)

Olmsted Parks Conservancy

Pet Wants – J-Town (pet food store)

Shelbyville Road Veterinary Clinic

Special Paws – A Small Dog Sanctuary (pet sanctuary for senior pets)

Springhurst Animal Hospital

Stoneybrook Animal Hospital

Seneca Animal Hospital

St. Matthews Animal Clinic

The Advetcate (mobile vet service)