Veterans and Their PetsSM

We have have a very busy summer. We have had an huge increase in request for support of veterans and their animals by the VA.

With the reform and federal focus on the Phoenix / AZ VA system Veterans are getting assistance. But many still are not seeking assistance because they will not leave/abandon their animals. We average about 6 animals in our care system for Veterans in a VA program. Each animal costs about $250 a month to care for in boarding / medical care.

Unfortunately several of the veterans have passed on in 2014 while we were caring for their animals. Others are not able to be self-sufficient post treatment and have not been able to reclaim their animals. Our animal rescue arm, Valley Dogs rescue, has taken their animals in will be finding new homes for them.

If you are interested in adopting any of the animals in our care please click HERE. Many great pups are waiting for their new home.

Our veterans and their families greatly appreciate your assistance to ensure their animals are safe while they get the care they need.

Pease help us help the veterans in need by donating. Any amount is greatly appreciated. To make a donation please click HERE.

Please see our Volunteer page as our Veterans need you! WE NEED FOSTERS! Fostering is a 30 to 90 day commitment. Help a Veteran get the medical treatment they need knowing their animals are cared for.

Vets and their PetsSM has a strong social media presence.  For more information and to become involved, please visit:

Facebook: Vets and Their Pets

Facebook: Valley Dog Rescue (Phoenix, AZ)

Twitter: http://twitter.com/#!/Vetsandtheirpet

Please donate by clicking on this link.

Know that your donation will be used only for this explicit purpose.

Our goal is to bring awareness and give support to a little known issue of the pets that Vets own and are forgotten / lost due to system restrictions. Help us help as many Vets and their Petssm as possible.  Foster, donate, attend fund raisers or pass along this information.  Help us help them.

Please see the story of Gary and his dog Libby by clicking here.