Dr. Tisha Roach examines a patient

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.

Thousands wait in line for homeless services, including 200 pets.

AVMA Street Clinic, July 17, 2018, Denver Convention Center. (Photos courtesy Denver Post.

Past Veterans Stand Downs :

Boston MA 9/8/17

Denver, CO 11/2/17

FT. Collins, CO 11/3/17

Next up: Denver 11/8/18

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.

​​Veterinarians Care for Pets

of the Homeless (Good News for Pets)


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..             

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.


​​​​The Street Dog Coalition is now active in

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

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

New teams are forming in Iowa, Philadelphia, NYC, and New Orleans.

July-Aug 2018 SDC News

Dr.'s Andrea Herndon and Kelly Rohn brave the cold

Las Vegas Nevada Homeless Connect Nov 2017

Street Clinic at the Denver Convention Center on July 17, 2018 as part                                       of the AVMA Convention

Thanks to Pets of the Homeless and others for  photos

​​​​​The Street Dog Coalition joined with the American Veterinary Medical Association meeting at the Convention Center in Denver, Colorado and held a street clinic that provided care to 65 dogs and cats. Volunteer veterinarians and staff from across the US participated.

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