Veterinary & Wellness Services to 501(c)(3) animal welfare organizations
Heidi’s Village currently provides veterinary services to rescue organizations. We will expand services to the public in the future. Heidi’s Village strives to provide high-quality, affordable care for cats and dogs. This starts by helping our clients design a quality, preventative care plan for each of their dogs and cats. This plan includes vaccinations, deworming, microchipping, heartworm prevention, spay/neuter and yearly dental cleanings. By encouraging our clients to be proactive with their pet’s health, we hope to avoid illness and more costly care in the future.
Although preventative care is something that we feel very strongly about, we are also available for a wide variety of needs. This includes minor illnesses such as skin or ear infections, thyroid conditions, Valley Fever and diagnostic imaging such as “x-rays”. We are not able to treat major illnesses needing intensive care such as canine parvovirus, diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA), dogs requiring orthopedic procedures and severe trauma.
Heidi’s Helping Hands Program
Heidi’s Helping Hands (H3) is an application based program for 501(c)(3) groups requesting assistance with medical needs outside of typical wellness and sterilization. Rescue partners can apply for assistance when they lack the resources to provide medical care for injuries or ailments that are treatable. You can learn more about the program and find the application here.
We are by appointment only and are not able to take walk-ins or emergencies.
7:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Tuesday thru Saturday.
We are closed on Sunday & Monday.
Smitten Kitten Nursery
One of the cornerstones of Heidi’s Village is to care for the most vulnerable animals. The warm climate of Phoenix makes “kitten season” almost never-ending. It is this never-ending supply of kittens that makes our neonatal kitten nursery so important. Neonatal kittens are considered to be less than 3 weeks of age, which is why they are so vulnerable. Orphaned or abandoned neonatal kittens require 24-hour care in order to survive. This care includes frequent bottle-feeding along with keeping them warm in specially designed incubators. Without dedicated staff and volunteers, this needed resource wouldn’t be possible. Your donations help to provide staffing, medical care, vaccinations as well as food and other supplies.