The Idaho Humane Society Veterinary Medical Center is able to provide veterinary care for the companion animals of families, seniors and individuals who aren’t able to afford services otherwise.
We offer military, senior, and income-based discounts of 10%, 20%, or 30% to qualifying patients. Payments must be made in full for the remainder of the balance.
We have limited grants available on a case-by-case basis; not all procedures or animals will qualify. Many of our grants have qualifications that prevent us from using more than a specific dollar each month and can only be used in particular circumstances.
You may use Care Credit or apply online through ScratchPay in advance.
Need assistance with your pet’s veterinary care?
Our low-income veterinary assistance program can provide a percentage off of non-elective veterinary services for pets of families that are at or below 150% of poverty level. This typically means an individual making less than $40,770 a year or a family of 4 making less than $83,250 a year. Access to our low-income veterinary assistance program requires an application, which you can fill out in advance of your appointment.
All pets receiving any reduced fee service must be spayed or neutered. If the pet is not already altered, it will be spayed or neutered at the Veterinary Medical Center while receiving services.