Helping people and pets stay together by providing veterinary care, spay and neuter, surgery referrals, supplies, and medicine for the pets of people going through the toughest times in their lives.

Outreach Clinic helps seniors, disabled and street youth

This month's clinic was an Outreach Clinic - we go into the community to bring our services to people who cannot get to our regular clinics. Hosted by NW Housing Alternatives, we provided vet care to shut ins, disabled, street youth and helped four families access housing with their pets.

Coat Drive Continues

Keep  a dog warm and dry this winter by donating a new or gently used coat at Pets on Broadway! You can also donate a coat, blanket or other supplies at our offices.

Medical Wish List

Vet care is the most vital service that we provide the pets of the homeless. Here's our "Most Wanted List" - can you help?

Vaccines! Revolution, Convenia, Trifexis, hypoallergenic food (dog and cat, kibble and cans), and dog muzzles of all sizes.

We have more requests but we didn't want to sound greedy :)        For other items, please email medical@pawteam.org. For a donation pick up, please call 971-333-0PAW (0729). Thank you!

Save time

Set an appointment during the week to see if you can pre-qualify for our services. Appointments are Tuesdays at 10:00 a.m. Call 971-333-0PAW for an appointment. 

Donate an unwanted vehicle

Your old car, truck, boat or motorcycle can help the pets! Read more.

FM Rewards - we're looking for 200 households

You can help PAW Team just by signing up for Fred Meyer Rewards! Help us meet our goal of 200 households which will earn us an average of $1000 per quarter. It all adds up! 

Simply link your Rewards Points to the PAW Team. You keep all your points and we receive a donation each time you shop!

Read more about it here.



Michael Maguire, client.

Benefit Concert in the key of woof And meow

David Ewart, violinist, and his canine soloist

David Ewart, violinist, and his canine soloist

Have fun, hear great music and help the PAW Team all at once! A benefit concert for the PAW Team, "A Concert in the Key of Woof and Meow" is coming January 30. Read more here.

Happy New Year!

We did it! YOU did it! We made our Give!Guide goal, we met our Challenge and we're going to help hundreds of pets in 2015! THANK YOU!

Merry "Snip-Mas" Thanks, Hillsdale Vet!

On Sunday Dec. 21st, Hillsdale Veterinary Hospital generously provided very-low-cost spay and neuter surgeries for 8 dogs as a part of our "Merry 'Snip'mas" campaign to alter all of the dogs currently on our spay/neuter waiting list. Along with out team of volunteer technicians and assistants, Dr. Vaniman donated his time and expertise to make sure that these 4 female and 4 male dogs will be healthier, happier, and will not produce any more litters.

VOLUNTEER of the Month

Board Member Karen Wilson - volunteer, visionary and all around amazing person!

Board Member Karen Wilson - volunteer, visionary and all around amazing person!


Click. Shop. Support PAW Team

It's easy! Read more here.

Can you help?

Volunteer to help pets and people in need. Sign up here for a Volunteer Orientation. You can view some of the volunteer jobs we have here.

TLC and a smile from VA Shawn Turner.

TLC and a smile from VA Shawn Turner.

After: PooBa's all better! His fur has grown back, and he is free of fleas!

After: PooBa's all better! His fur has grown back, and he is free of fleas!

Before: Infested and nearly bald

Before: Infested and nearly bald

Meet Neil and PooBa. From sick to sleek - See what a difference three months of PAW Team care makes!

Many thanks to St. Johns Vet Clinic, Rose City Vet, Pets on Broadway, Mud Bay and Portland Pet Supply Barbur Blvd, Vet, and Aloha Dog and Cat for filling our donation bins with supplies, food and medicine for our patients!  The Portland Metropolitan Veterinary Association is spearheading this holiday drive - Thanks, Cristina!

Thank you to Lisa Rice for the wonderful donation of a scanner! She purchased this for the PAW  Team through our Amazon Wish List.

PAW Team PSA by the Girl Scouts

Check out this PSA they've created for us!

Get the word out - PAW Team article in the Oregonian and Channel 2 coverage

Check out the article on the PAW Team in the Oregonian's Pet Talk. Channel 2 tv also visited us this summer and did this story on PAW Team. Help us spread the word to people who need help or can help - Tweet and post on Facebook!

We are not an emergency clinic, but will be happy to refer you to other organizations that may be able to help you.