VeTouch is a non-profit organization that provides free basic veterinary care for low or no-income families. To make a donation, please use: https://makingagift.umn.edu/onlinegiving/enterOnlineGiving.do?owner=O_6379
VeTouch provides basic veterinary medical care to the pets of low-income and no-income residents of the inner Twin Cities to promote urban community health and enhance the welfare of people and animals in Minnesota.
When: First Sunday of every month, 3:00 - 7:00pm
***We recommend arriving early, as we will stop taking appointments once we are full which typically happens before 3pm ***
Where: Hennepin Ave United Methodist Church
What: The church hosts a meal for the low-income and no-income residents of the community. VeTouch coordinates with this monthly event to provide care to the pets of low or no-income Twin City's residents. VeTouch currently sees about 50 pets per clinic and clients are seen on a first come, first serve basis.
Services offered include: wellness exams, distemper and rabies vaccines, diagnosis and treatment of parasitic diseases, education on zoonotic diseases, behavior education, nutritional support, and referral for more involved veterinary care.