18,000 patients treated. 1,700 families receiving financial aid. 1,500 stray and wild animals helped. 57,000 veterinary professionals trained worldwide. These numbers are possible because of you. One gift makes a difference.
As a Non-profit, DoveLewis depends on your support.
These Programs Exist Because of You.
Velvet Assistance Fund
Gifts from donors help eligible low-income families cover some of the costs for their pet’s care.
A donation today can ensure that an abused animal receives the emergency care and compassion they desperately need and deserve.
Stray + Wildlife Fund
Not all animals have someone watching out for them, but with the help of gifts like yours, we can care for every stray animal brought through our doors.
Animal Assisted Therapy
Over 65 advanced volunteer teams bring health and happiness to Oregonians.
Pet Loss Support
Free counseling helps Oregonians grieve the death of a pet in a welcoming, understanding space.
Nearly 150 canine and felines donate enough blood and plasma every year for emergency transfusions making ours the largest volunteer-based animal blood bank in the PacNW.
How Can You Help?
No matter how small or how large, gifts from Oregonians add up. One gift from you can make all the difference.
We're grateful to those who believe in the power of estate planning. Their legacy supports the human-animal bond for generations to come.
Turn your used vehicle, truck, RV, boat, or trailer into veterinary care for pets and make a big impact in the lives of thousands of animals!
Your Donations at Work
Hundreds of Westies joined Kaiser to raise $7,000 for financial aid.
A long-time sponsor, Kaiser’s team of volunteers help the cutest walk in town come to life. The Westie & Friends Walk is the perfect way of marrying their team’s commitment to healthy behavior and animal well-being.
An endoscope funded by gifts helped Coda get back to playing at home.
A fishing trip turned into an emergency for curious Coda who snuck a snack—fishhook and all! Thanks to our donors, we were ready with an endoscope and removed the barbed hook without a major surgery. Coda was home and healthy a few hours later!