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About HOPP Our goal is to provide vaccines and basic medical care to the pets of homeless and NO income owners. We provide exams, flea and tick control and the basic vaccines for dogs and cats including rabies. Homeless Oregon Pet Project 501(c)(3) Nonprofit
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The Clinic! Where is the clinic? The clinic is located at the St. Vincent de Paul Soup Kitchen at 757 SE 7th St in Grants Pass, Oregon. When is the clinic held? The clinics are usually held the first Tuesday of every month and are advertised by fliers at least a week in advance at the soup kitchen. Read the Full Story
You can Help! HOPP is always looking for people who would love to help us continue our good work. Here's where we could use your help:

Food and Non-vet materials, Community outreach, Grant-writing, Fund-raisers/events, Clinic volunteers,
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A Helping Paw The donation of Time, Money, Medications and Supplies are always needed!

We do not receive any government funding and rely solely on private donations.  We hope to have official non-profit status soon!
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What are Homeless Oregon Pet Project Goals?

Our goal at HOPP 501(c)(3) Nonprofit is to help improve the quality of life and health of pets owned by people experiencing homelessness or who have no income. We strive to educate the pets' owners about the importance of vaccinating, regular check-ups ,heartworm prevention, tick-borne disease and parasite prevention. We highly encourage spaying and neutering and may offer financial assistance for this.

What Services Does HOPP Provide?

We provide general exams, flea and tick control, heartworm prevention, de-worming and the basic vaccines for dogs and cats including rabies.  In addition, we are able to treat minor medical conditions such as skin and ear infections.

Who Does HOPP Serve?

We serve the homeless or those who have NO income and who live in Josephine Co.

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GRANTS PASS, Ore. — For much of the past two years, on the first Tuesday of each month, veterinarian Julie Tavares has pulled into the parking lot at the St. Vincent de Paul dining hall on Southeast Seventh Street and set up shop to treat dogs and cats belonging to homeless and low-income people.  READ MORE

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The clinic is located at St. Vincent de Paul Soup Kitchen 757 SE 7th St Grants Pass, OR.
The clinics are held during the first tuesday of every month and are advertised by fliers at least a week in advance.

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