VETS Animal Charity

Helping animals in need of emergency medical assistance or care, by providing the needed financial assistance for veterinarian costs.

  • Eliminate pet suffering because owners are unable to financially provide emergency care.
  • Help keep pet families together instead of having to owner surrender to shelters or rescues.
  • Assist pets that have been abandoned because of emergency medical needs with required crisis care and finding forever homes.
  • Doing our part for pet overpopulation, by ensuring all pets receive a spay/neuter that have come to us in an emergency situation.
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Mission Statement
To promote the moral and ethical development of Canadian communities by helping animals in need of emergency medical assistance or care, by providing the needed financial assistance for veterinarian costs to pet owners who cannot absorb such costs due to economic hardship.

Pets We Have helped


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R.I.P Spazz Spazz was a special feline friend, that suddenly became extremely ill.  Though Spazz crossed over Rainbow Bridge, we were honoured to have helped his family with financial support to fact find with hopes we would be able to treat the illness. Ultimately, we were only able to keep him comfortable in his final hours.   And so they may be gone from us,treasured friends are never forgotten.On behalf of all the Doctors and support staff of Kingston Road Animal Hospital as well as VETS Animal Charity our sincere condolences.



3 month old Dolce literally jumped out a window. She fell about 30 feet to the sidewalk. A huge thank you to 55 Division - Toronto Police Service who rushed her to an emergency clinic. Dolce arrived to the emergency clinic where a team of veterinarians consulted on her case.  Dolce was paralyzed, likely due to trauma from the fall.  She also had a shattered hip and shoulder. Dolce's pet Dad was devastated, being unable to afford the cost of her medical care. VETS Animal Charity covered the cost of care for this little one, discounted by our partnering veterinarians and paid



Zuko had been very sick for 5 days. There was a foreign body that turned out to be a huge clump of fur in Zuko's tummy that needed to be surgically removed. Zuko's pet parents did not have the funds to pay for his surgery.  He certainly would not have survived much longer without help.  Zuko needed to stay in clinic for 4 days, as he took a turn for the worse after surgery, and we feared we may have been too late, but miraculously he bounced back and is happily back to being his funny ferret self!

One person, one donation, One pet at a time