Veterinarian partner: process & requirements
How it works
What to expect, benefits, and program qualifications
Benefits: doing good is good for business
When you join, you…
Show that doing good is good for business since 93% of consumers want to work with organizations that support causes they care about
Provide quality, affordable pet care to veterans who live and work in your community
Have co-marketing opportunities with local Pets for Patriots shelter/rescue partners
Receive free print and digital tools to promote our partnership, including a dedicated search-optimized web page on our site
To join, your practice owner or hospital must…
Be in continuous operation and good standing for a minimum of five years
Be a multi-veterinarian practice (exceptions for rural and mobile practitioners)
Specialize in companion animals
Offer general veterinary services, exclusively or in addition to specialty care
Application process: how to get started
Apply to become a veterinary partner…
Complete our online application request (takes less than 5 minutes)
If we are unable to advance your application we’ll send you an email explaining why
We’ll verify your license is current and violation-free
One you are approved we’ll send you a series of emails to get you started, including access to our members-only veterinarian partner welcome kit
Does our discount apply to other pets veterans may have in addition to any adopted through Pets for Patriots?
Can we ask for military ID or discharge papers?
Can a veteran adopt more than one pet and bring to us for care?
There are no shelter/rescue partners in our community; can we still apply?