Our mission is to reduce the number of unwanted puppies and kittens that ultimately end up in shelters or as strays. The AWL operates four low-cost two-day clinics a year for low-income pet owners in communities surrounding Hot Springs Village. We also use a voucher system to send clients to two local veterinarians throughout the year.
The Paron Clinic that was scheduled in August has been cancelled
Residents that need financial assistance may contact us for a voucher to take your pet to one of our 3 local vets. Call 501-922-5269 or 501-915-0832 for information.
Tuesday, December 1 and Wednesday, December 2
Crows Volunteer Fire Department
Contact Dorothy at 501-226-5772 for information
The 4 two-day clinics at four area locations in partnership with Dr. Joanna McManus, DVM and Ozark Mountain Mobile Spay/Neuter Clinic, a mobile clinic to help pet owners in need with low-cost sterilization for their pets. For more information or to volunteer, call Angela at 501-915-0832.
The AWL also uses a voucher system to send residents who need financial assistance to three local veterinarians throughout the year. Persons needing low cost vouchers may call Angela 501-915-0832, Chari 501-922-5269, or Nancy 501-922-6444.
For all Saline County Residents in the Benton/Bryant area who need to get their pets fixed but just can't afford it, the HSV Animal Welfare League can help. We are also partnering with the veterinarians at the Petco Hospital in the Benton store. Call 501-915-0832 for more information on this low-cost program.