Fetch by The Dodo proudly supports Project Street Vet
Free veterinary care for pets of those experiencing homelessness.
Our mission is to help pet parents give their pets a happier, healthier and longer life.
The pet parents that have a fierce and unbreakable bond with their pet. The ones that think of their cats or dogs before themselves.
We champion this bond with no exception.
And that’s why we’re so proud to announce our support for Project Street Vet.
About Project Street Vet
Right now, there are 580,400 people experiencing homelessness in the United States. More than 58,000 of these people are pet parents. That means over 58,000 cats and dogs have pet parents that love them more than anything – but lack the veterinary care that they need.
The Project Street Vet team offers a variety of veterinary support to pets and their parents – from routine exams to life-saving surgeries. They also take care of the things that fall somewhere in the middle, like vaccinations and flea and tick medications.
Fetch loves the work that Project Street Vet is doing. And for us, love means giving back. So with the support of Fetch, Project Street Vet will be able to expand into more communities to help the people and pets who need it most.
We are committed to protecting the human-animal bond that is so vital to the livelihood of pets and the people who love them. Leading with compassion, kindness, and no judgements, we seek out and assist the pets and people that need it the most.
Help the cause
If you would like to make a donation in any amount, your contribution will also help Project Street Vet continue to offer free veterinary care and expand to new communities to care for even more pets.
Veterinarians and vet techs, join the Project Street Vet team
If you’re a veterinarian or vet tech based in San Diego or Los Angeles and want to help in your local area, please apply to be a Project Street Vet volunteer.
Vets will be supplied with medical kits in order to provide free, on-the-ground care in your local community to the pets of individuals experiencing homelessness, thanks to the support from Fetch.