EVI Above The Ohio Pet Sanctuary
The Economic Veterinary Initiative (EVI) is a new low-cost, minimal vocation veterinary care service that is located on the second floor of The Ohio Pet Sanctuary. EVI’s mission is to aid the members of the community in caring for their pets, regardless of their financial status.
Current economic times are difficult for a great number of Americans and those in the Cincinnati area are not without exception. Diminished income should not force people to stop caring for the animals they consider to be part of their family. While there are other facilities in the area that provide these services, many of them have a two to four month waiting period. This is evidence of the marked need for more providers to help these animals get the care they need in a more timely manner.
Due to the small size of The Ohio Pet Sanctuary's building and small EVI staff, initial services are limited to low-cost spay/neuter one to two days per week and a low-cost vaccine/microchip clinic once per month. These services are only being provided for cats and rabbits at this time. As The Ohio
THE ECONOMIC VETERINARY INITIATIVE SPAY/NEUTER CLINIC IS SEPARATE FROM THE RESCUE. PLEASE CONTACT THEM DIRECTLY IF YOU HAVE QUESTIONS REGARDING THE PROGRAM.
Additional Services in the Cincinnati Area:
•Ohio Alleycat Resource
•Pets in Need of Greater Cincinnati
•Please note PIN is a low-cost, full-service clinic for both dogs and cats that is open to all that qualify