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Our hospital provides affordable spay and neuter surgeries, dentistry, soft tissue and orthopedic surgeries. If your pet has been diagnosed with a condition that requires surgery, or is injured, our veterinary hospital may be a great option for you!

Notice! We are no longer offering preventative or sick pet care appointments.

The United States is experiencing an unprecedented shortage of veterinarians which is impacting our ability to staff our community medicine program. Our surgery program remains fully staffed, but if your pet is ill or needs a wellness exam or vaccinations, we are not currently taking these appointments. Below is a list of lower cost providers that may be available.

We continue to take appointments for spays/neuters, dentals, mass removal, and many other surgeries and procedures, and euthanasia services. Please call our Veterinary Medical Center to discuss your pet’s needs and to make an appointment.

Low-Cost Providers for preventative care and vaccinations:

  • PetIQ: Offers vaccinations, wellness exams, testing, and more. Located inside the Fairview Walmart.
  • Zamzows: Offers monthly vaccination clinics.
  • D&B Supply: Offers preventative care medications.

We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause and appreciate your understanding during this time.

Our nonprofit Veterinary Medical Center is located at 1300 S Bird Street, Boise Idaho, 83709.

Who We Serve

Our medical and surgical services for injured or ill pets are available to any pet owner regardless of their income level.

Financial Assistance

We are able to provide veterinary care for the companion animals of families, seniors and individuals who aren’t able to afford services otherwise.

Hospital Location and Hours

Learn how to schedule an appointment or discover more about our location.

Hospital Price List

Exam fees must be paid for in advance and appointments are required.

Low Cost Spay & Neuter

An important part of fulfilling our mission at the Idaho Humane Society is accomplished through our vigorous spay and neuter programs.

Saying Goodbye

The term euthanasia comes from the Greek words meaning “a gentle death.”

Recent Cases

Discover more about special cases that come into our veterinary clinics.

Adoption Questions?

Check out the more detailed information
on our Adoption FAQ’s.