Animal welfare is our passion.

Loving Touch Animal Hospital performs pro bono work for low income, senior citizens and disabled persons who are on a fixed income, but who require the companionship of an animal due to infirmity and loneliness. These individuals subsist on food stamps, but require the love and companionship of a pet to ward off loneliness and depression. We understand the value of the human-animal bond, and offer free veterinary care to these low income, senior citizens, wounded warriors and other disabled persons.

The hospital also helps local animal welfare organizations, SPCAs and shelters by providing low cost and pro bono veterinary care.

If you would like to find out more about these programs, or to see if you qualify, please contact us at

These are photos of just a few of the many homeless animals and animals who belong to our seniors and disabled community members. These animals received pro bono care at our hospital:

Bonkers damaged paw is healed with treatment, which included laser therapy.