​​"Be a rainbow in someone else's cloud. "  ~Maya Angelou~



4155 N Rancho Drive, Suite 150
Office (702) 629-6351
FAX (702) 904-4075
Email: info@palnv.org

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​​​​​PAL helps low-income families, senior citizens, veterans and the homeless care for their dogs and cats by providing pet food (canned and dry) and cat litter each month free of charge. The Pets-In-Need Program will help with the following when funds are available:

  • Annual exams & vaccinations: Up to $40*
  • Microchips: Up to $20
  • Temporary boarding due to hospitalization of the owner: Up to $150*
  • Euthanasia services: Up to $50*

      *Per pet on the program per year

Only pets belonging to the qualifying family, senior, veteran or homeless person can be helped with this program. Applicants should show documentation that they are the owner of the pet(s) when applying for assistance. 

Seniors, Veterans, Low-income Families and Homeless must meet the guidelines below and show proof of each guideline:

  • Proof of Residency: Driver's License, Nevada ID with current address or utility bill with your name and current address
  • Maximum income $1500 (single), $2800 (2 persons), $3200 (3 persons), $3600 (4 persons) per month: Copies of SSI or Social Security award letter, bank statement, latest Federal income tax return or pay stub
  • Proof of pet's spay or neuter: Spay/Neuter paperwork, veterinary visit papers, tipped ear for cats or a letter from your veterinarian.


For those clients on the Helping Hands of Las Vegas Valley program or Clark County Vivo Program,  

you qualify automatically. PAL has partnered with these programs to help you with your pet food. 

​​​To apply for Pets-In-Need Pet Food Assistance

download & fill out the form below.

Once complete, please mail, email or fax it back to our office.

4155 N Rancho Drive, Ste 150

Las Vegas, NV 89130

Fax: 702-902-4075


If you need further assistance, please contact our Pets-In-Need Coordinator at 702-629-6351.

Pets-In-Need Program for Seniors, Veterans, Pet Families and The Homeless