Help Animals in Need

Kent County OSPCA

Every single day animals arrive at the Ontario SPCA Kent County Branch needing help. They feed, exercise, bathe, socialize, play with, and provide comfort to these abused, neglected, and abandoned animals. They drive the wounded and sick to the veterinarian, change bandages, administer medications, and monitor their recovery, all with the goal of finding each animal a loving home. If you are looking to add a furry member to your family, or you want to know how else you can help, visit their website.

CK Animal Rescue

CK Animal Rescue is an animal rescue organization comprised of dedicated animal lovers who volunteer their time, vehicles, and fuel, in addition to opening their hearts and homes, to caring for our rescue dogs. For more information or to find out how you can help, visit their website.

Farley Foundation

This important organization, founded by the Ontario Veterinary Medical Association (OVMA), assists people in need by subsidizing the cost of veterinary care for their pets. Donations from the veterinary community in Ontario, corporate sponsors, and pet owners around the world allow the Farley Foundation to help hundreds of people and pets each year. Our veterinarians are members of the OVMA and have access to the Farley Foundation. For more information on how you can help, visit their website.

PET Trust Fund

This is a local donation program administered by CK Vets that assists clients in need by subsidizing the cost of veterinary care for their pets. This PET Trust Fund is only available due to the generous donations that are submitted throughout the year, as well as fundraising from the CK Vets team. Please contact us to make a donation or for more information.

Important COVID-19 Update

Currently at this time we are open, and we are still available to see our medical patients.  In order to keep our community and staff as safe as possible  however, we will be practicing "hands free" appointments. Our hospital doors will be locked, but we will have a team member meet you outside and bring your pet into the clinic and pet parents will be asked to standby for a phone consultation with the veterinarian.  We anticipate most appointments to take 30 minutes.  Please contact us for further information.