Your contributions will enable us to meet our goal of improving conditions for pets-in-need in our community. Your generous donation will fund our mission to "Keep Them at Home."
PALNV helps low-income families, senior citizens, veterans and the homeless care for their dogs and cats by providing pet food (canned and dry) and cat litter each month free of charge
Seniors, Veterans, financially struggling Families and Homeless must verify the requirements below:
Clients of Helping Hands of Las Vegas Valley and Clark County's VIVO Program qualify automatically however,
their pets must be spayed or neutered.
To apply for Pets-In-Need Pet Food Assistance download & fill out the form below. Once complete, please mail, email or fax it to our office.
4155 N Rancho Drive, Ste 150
Las Vegas, NV 89130
If you need further assistance, please contact at 702-629-6351.
PALNV is proud to offer two options to pet guardians in need of assistance in spaying/neutering of owned animals.
FIX-A-PIT provides financial assistance to guardians of "Pit Bull" and "Pit Bull" mixes who want to have their dog spayed or neutered. PALNV received a grant from Best Friends Animal Society for 2017. The grant amount is $10,000, our goal is to spay/neuter 222 Pit and Pit mixes by the end of 2018.
FIX-A-PAL provides financial assistance (Funds will be available in January 2019) to owners of all types of dogs and cats who want to have their pet spayed or neutered. The funding for this assistance is from donations made by caring donors who want to help control pet overpopulation and reduce the number of animals entering the shelters.
Click the button below to print a copy of the application for this assistance. Please attach a picture of your pet to the application. We will not process your request without the picture.
You can email (email@example.com),
FAX (702-902-4075) or
mail the finished application to:
Attn: Spay/Neuter Program
4155 N Rancho Drive, Suite 150
Las Vegas, NV 89130
For assistance, please call 702-629-6351
PALNV offers a low-cost vaccine/microchip clinics at our new Pet Support Center on N Rancho Drive. Our goal is to expand into a Wellness Clinic that will be able to do non-surgical wellness exams, fecals, dispense medication and provide referrals for more serious medical problems by January 1st. Our vaccine clinics are open every 2nd and 4th Saturday to begin with and as more clients are added we will extend our hours.
Our vaccine prices are listed on the flyer below.
October 13th 1pm-4pm At PALNV
October 27th 1pm-4pm At PALNV
November 10th 1-4pm At PALNV
November 24th 1-4pm at PALNV
Pet Food Bank
PALNV operates a pet food bank for our clients and PALNV Coalition Partners. The bank is in our warehouse facility on N Rancho Drive. At this time the majority of our food supplies come from Merrick Pet Care and Rescue Bank. Additionally, individual donors provide pet food and volunteers help rebag and deliver it. A special thank you to all that help us care for pets-in-need.
Who We Serve:
Each month we help approximately 500 dogs and cats belonging to the homeless, senior citizens, veterans and low-income pet families with pet food. PALNV is excited to add medical care to our services for our client's pets.