Our Programs

Mobile Veterinary Clinic

mobile veterinary clinic

In 2016, the League began to provide medical care, including spay/neuter surgery, to animals on-site through the purchase of a mobile veterinary clinic (MVC) and the hiring of a medical team.  The MVC is utilized three days a week to provide veterinary care for all animals eligible for adoption.  The MVC has provided substantial cost savings to the League, while also reducing stress on cats and dogs who no longer require transport to and from an off-site veterinarian.  This means that animals are vet checked, spayed or neutered and put up for adoption sooner than ever before.  

When not serving the animals in our shelter, the MVC travels to provide low-cost wellness care and spay/neuter surgery for those who can't afford to take their pets to a private veterinarian.

Bach's Buddies
Bach, beloved pet of Sara and Michelle Vance Waddell

The "Bach's Buddies" program is funded by Sara and Michelle Vance Waddell in memory of their beloved Westie, Bach. It subsidizes the cost of pet wellness checkups and vaccines for dogs visiting our MVC in rural areas of greatest need, primarily in Brown and Adams Counties, where Bach began a life that proved luckier than most.

MVC funding generously provided by:

The Joanie Bernard FoundationWaddell Family Foundation