April 2018 SDC Events


We love Kitties, too

​​​​​The Street Dog Coalition recently held a free street clinic in Nashville, Tenn. 

Upcoming events include Homeless Connect in Ft. Collins, CO, on April 13 (along with CSU vet students), Chicago Street Clinic on April 28th and Veterans Stand Down in Sarasota, FL on April 28th.

Photos from Denver Veterans Stand Down 11/3/17

Check out our sister organization, The Ladybug Fund, which provides funds for emergency veterinary care for pet owners with financial hardship.

Theladybugfund.org

​​The Street Dog Coalition is now active in Wilkes-Barre, PA, Boston, MA

​ Tampa Bay/Sarasota FLA, Kansas City, MO, Las Vegas, NV,  Nashville, TN, Omaha, NE, Ashland, KY, Colorado Springs, CO,  Winston-Salem, NC, and Chicago, Ill 

New teams are forming in:

Indianapolis, IN

New York City

Baltimore, MD

​Milwaukee, Wis and more!

Veterinarians: We want you to be team leaders in your city!




Thousands line up for free services

        Las Vegas Homeless Connect Nov.14, 2017


Unfortunately, this pit bull most likely has Canine Parvovirus. The owner lives in a nearby field making appropriate follow-up care almost impossible

free pet food and gear

 

Working in partnership with the PUPS (Prevent Unwanted Pets) and Homeless Gear, free pet food , dog beds, blankets, collars and leashes, and pet carriers are provided.

Vouchers for follow up care

 

Vouchers good at collaborating veterinary hospitals are provided for needed follow up care and procedures that can not be done in the field, including spay-neuter.

Past Veterans Stand Downs :

Boston MA 9/8/17

Denver, CO 11/2/17

FT. Collins, CO 11/3/17



The Street Dog Coalition Provides Free Veterinary Care For Pets of The Homeless

 

Vaccinations, heartworm testing and prevention,  treatment of minor wounds and infections, pain management, prescriptions and other medical services are provided at no charge..             

Our Mission: To provide free medical care and other services to pets of the homeless.


"Lucky" was born with angular limb deformities, and must be carried be his owner most of the times, since they walk many miles every day.

Dr. Tisha Roach examines a patient

Thanks to Pets of the Homeless and others for  photos

​​Veterinarians Care for Pets

of the Homeless (Good News for Pets)


http://goodnewsforpets.com/veterinarians-care-pets-homeless