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The PVA supports Animal Aid, Gloucester Mathews Humane Society, Heritage Humane Society, the Peninsula SPCA, the Virginia Living Museum and many other foster and nonprofit facilities with care of their animals. We donate and provide discounted services and treatments 24 hours a day in an effort to keep our community pets healthy and safe.


The PVA plays a pivotal role in animal disaster preparation and recovery. During disasters, many PVA clinics remain open to take care of pets whose families must evacuate. In the critical days following disasters, the Emergency Clinic is prepared to handle an influx of injured pets and strays.

The PVA provides care for sick and injured wildlife. Through the Emergency Veterinary Clinic, the PVA treats wildlife brought in by Virginia's Fish & Game at no charge. The PVA offers similar discounted services to the Animal Services divisions of Hampton, Newport News, York County and Poquoson.