Image of a LASPCA Veterinarian administering an annual wellness exam to a dog in the community clinic.

Saving Lives

In 2019, our Community Clinic provided veterinary services to over 22,000 animals in our community!

Pets For Life

Louisiana SPCA’s Pets for Life program is proud to provide pet owner support services in under-served communities as part of our mission to keep people and pets together and to celebrate the human-animal bond. We are dedicated to bridging the gap between animal service providers and people and pets living in poverty. Pets for Life promotes the understanding that a lack of financial means does not equate to a lack of love felt for and provided to a pet. Everyone’s lives can be enhanced by a pet, and those who choose to should have the opportunity to experience the unconditional love and meaningful relationship a pet brings.


Our current focal point for the Pets for Life program is 70126 in New Orleans East. By providing residents with access to spay/neuter, veterinary care, supplies and information for their pets, we are addressing the critical lack of accessible, affordable pet care in under-served communities, keeping pets healthy and happy in the homes they already have, and helping reduce intake numbers at Louisiana SPCA.


Pets for Life current focus area: 70126
Population: 26,574
Percent below poverty: 34%


A map of the targeted area for the Louisiana SPCA Pets for Life Program


Made Possible Thanks To Generous Support From

Pets for Life logo The Humane Society of the United States Logo The Community Foundation Grant


Do You Care?

A $150 donation can help save lives of homeless animals by providing a spay/neuter surgery for an adoptable animal?


Did You Know?

Did you know that in 2019 the Louisiana SPCA Community Clinic helped over 22,000 animals through appointments for wellness, spay/neuter, and more?

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