The spirit of the One Health Initiative is as relevant to our neighborhoods as it is to our planet. At People & Pets Project, we believe that collaborations between human medicine, veterinary medicine, and environmental science are the key to thriving communities.
Pop-Up Clinics in the U.S.
Human Health Screenings
Cats & Dogs Spayed/Neutered, Vaccinated, and Microchipped
Student Volunteer Hours
Community-centered healthcare—for both ends of the leash
The bond between humans and animals is powerful, and no one should have to choose between medical care for themselves and their pets. Often, individuals facing economic hardship will prioritize the wellbeing of their animals over their own. Our pop-up clinics are an important extension of our mission to provide comprehensive community healthcare by providing services to pets and their owners at the same time.
Thanks to the generous donations from animal lovers and the team
that works very hard at People & Pets Project… They were
able to not only help me, but helped my pets… Thank you so much
from the bottom of my heart.
— Brandy Sawyer
Support One Health in your community and beyond.
The health of our pets, people, and ecosystems is inextricably interconnected. Our pop-up clinics are made possible by the generosity of volunteers and donors who share our vision for holistic community healthcare.
Click to learn more about how you can bring One Health to your neighborhood and support pop-up clinics for
both ends of the leash around the globe.
Our next “Healthcare for Both Ends of the Leash” pop-up clinic is scheduled for Saturday, October 8 from 10am-1pm at Bloomfield Gilead Park, 1931 Rocky Creek Road, Macon. All dogs must be on a leash, all cats must be in a carrier. All services are free. To learn more please send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org