Help Line

Volunteers and staff provide advice and information. If we are not here, calls will be returned as promptly as possible. Please listen to our message for other numbers.

(650) 424-1901 

PET Help

Can’t afford a vet bill for your companion animal? PAHS’ PET Help program provides financial assistance for people facing unmanageable veterinary expenses for their pets. We pay directly to veterinarian clinics and do our best to help as many animals as possible. Learn more about the program; click here.

Spay and Neuter Fund

PAHS’ Spay and Neuter program provides critical funding to underwrite surgeries for homeless animals and those from low-income households. For details, click here.

Animal Rescue Fund

Our Animal Rescue Fund is for volunteers who face major veterinary costs for homeless community animals. Cases are assessed on an individual basis. Please contact us to discuss.

The Daisy Fund

Established by a generous PAHS donor in honor of her beloved rescued dog, the Daisy Fund provides assistance for animals whose owners cannot afford their pets’ urgent care and for stray pets in need. The fund prevents sick or injured animals from being surrendered to a shelter or euthanized for lack of means. Through the Daisy Fund, PAHS has been able to help many animals who otherwise would have gone without veterinary care. The Daisy Fund, like other PAHS programs, continues to benefit animals through additional donations from compassionate people like you. Every gift counts.