Low-Cost-Free Veterinary Care

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Florida-Oakland Park-


The Pet Project
1164 E. Oakland Park Blvd., Ste 308
Oakland Park, FL 33334-2709
954.568.5678 (Office)
954.561.1987 (Fax)


Who Are Pet Project Clients?
We currently have multiple service, the foodbank for which we do charge a fee and vaccinations, heart worm medication and flea medication which are free. The amount a client pays is based on an objective numerical analysis of a client’s income and expenses. A prospective client’s low income status is confirmed by having a client fill out an extensive financial profile demonstrating their level of income and expenses. At intake, a client verifies their income by showing an intake staff person their SSD/SSI check stub, or bank statement with the SSD/SSI deposit on it; a paycheck stub; an affidavit that they are unemployed and have no other source of income, etc.

Clients living at or below poverty level, according to the Federal Poverty Guidelines, automatically receive a 90% subsidy (the highest subsidy we offer).
The cost to the client is then determined by the food choices, he or she makes, multiplied by the food subsidy factor. Before a client comes on line, they sign and return a copy of the explanation of their subsidy and cost and pick-up schedule.

The Pet Project limits its services to low income people living with living with a severely disabling or terminal disease. The Pet Project provides equal opportunity for access to services for all low income people living with chronic and debilitating or life threatening illnesses, regardless of race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, veteran status, age, or sex.

Services available to clients:

A food bank of low cost pet food.
Home delivery of pet food for clients with limited mobility.
Discounted and/or low cost annual vaccinations, including heart worm prevention.
Referrals to discounted and/or low cost basic veterinary services.
Referals to discounted and/or low cost spay/neuter services.

Florida-Longwood/Orlando area-


Central Florida Pet Pantry
Pantry Location:
7800 S US HWY
17-92 Ste 174
Fern Park, Fl. 32730

Pantry Hours:

Mailing Address:
PO Box 917573
Longwood, FL. 32791

321-252-CFAP 2327

Spay and neuter programs
Information and referrals about low cost veterinary care
Pet supply for collars and leashes

Low cost/no cost pet grooming for medical reasons

Florida-Orlando area-


SPCA of Central Florida
Orlando Facility
2727 Conroy Road
Orlando, FL 32839
(Across from new Millenia Mall)
P) 407-351-SPCA (7722) F) 407-352-2070

Sanford Facility
2800 County Home Road
Sanford, FL 32772
(Next to Flea World, Highway 17-92)
P) 407-323-8685 F) 407-323-3792


The public clinics of the SPCA of Central Florida provide high quality, affordable, out-patient veterinary care to the pets of our region. There are no geographic restrictions to access our public clinics. In fact, clients come from the five county region (Orange, Osceola, Seminole, Lake, and Volusia).

To make an appointment for our Orlando clinic (now open 7 days a week), call:

407-351-7722, extension 226 for spay/neuter appointments.
407-351-7722, extension 227 for general vet care appointments.
To make an appointment for our Sanford clinic (open Tuesday - Saturday), call:

407-323-8685, extension 226 for spay/neuter appointments.
407-323-8685, extension 224 for general vet care appointments.
407-323-8685, extension 228: Appointment cancellation line.
407-323-8685, extension 225: For post-surgical complications or for complications from heartworm treatments

407-323-8685, extension 227: Sanford Wellness Line

More information on the two clinics at link.

Florida-Pinellas Park-Tampa/St. Pete area-


SPOT-Stop Pet Overpopulation Together
P.O. Box 1341
Pinellas Park, FL 33780

Low Cost Spay/Neuter Clinic
Tuesday thru Friday

Low Cost Vaccines, Testing, Microchipping & Nail trimming available for Pets that are already fixed or scheduled to be fixed from 9am-12pm Tuesday thru Friday!

Florida-Port Orange/Volusia County-



HARP-Humanitarian Animal Relief Program
317 A Magnolia St.Port Orange, FL
(386) 795-7323

Humanitarian Animal Relief Program is a 501(c)(3) non-profit humanitarian program.
Our goal is to help human companion animals through hard economical times. There is no gidelines for who we help. We rely on the goodness of the people asking for help. All you have to do is ask. We are fully run by volunteers and funded by donations from those people that can afford to give to those that are less fortunate. We are currently planning a food drive in the Volusia County area.


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