We are professionals, volunteers, and donors. You can trust that we care about the health of people, animals, and the environments where they interact.
Our Programs are designed to help household members with caring for the pets they love. In addition to conducting research and providing education, we offer financial assistance to cover the cost of veterinary bills for vulnerable people, such as seniors and people with disabilities, and offer a wide range of resources.
Learn more about our specific programs through the links below.
Donors and Volunteers are the heroes. They support the day-to-day work of staff and make our entire organization possible. Last year alone we had over 30 Volunteers giving 30,000 hours and 137 Donors. This allowed us to serve over 106 households living with at least one dog or cat. Our Donors and Volunteers are responsible for improving lives and making all the difference in their communities.
With nearly a quarter century of experience in biology, genetics, research, and veterinary medicine, our founder, Dr. Anna, believes that preventing the spread of diseases between animals and people is essential to creating a healthy community.
Through her training and experience, Dr. Anna has been able to create a large network of veterinarians and others to help provide services to animals and people in need.
To develop, sustain, and nurture healthy bonds between animals and people.
We envision a world in which animals and people can live healthy lives, together.
One Health Organization exists to create sustainable, equitable, affordable healthcare systems to benefit the health of animals, people, and environments, as they relate to veterinary medicine.
One Health Organization values the Veterinarian’s Oath as adopted by the American Veterinary Medical Association, and specifically the following:
- The "One Health" concept
- The scientific process
- Public health
- The healthy bonds people form with animals
- The responsible and respectful use of animals
- The benefits animals and people provide each other
- The ethical choices to consider when selecting programmatic activities that collectively can impact the health of animals, people, and environments.
We believe in conducting ourselves as professionals and follow the code of ethics of leading professional groups, such as, but not limited to, the following:
We do not discriminate in recruitment, employment, or policy administration on the basis of race, religion, age, sex, color, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, national or ethnic origin, political affiliation or status as a disabled veteran or other protected veteran under US Federal law.
We promote and practice inclusivity. We expect all volunteers, employees, vendors, and associates to similarly promote and practice inclusivity.
“One Health” is the collaborative effort of multiple health science professions, together with their related disciplines and institutions – working locally, nationally, and globally – to attain optimal health for people, domestic animals, wildlife, plants, and our environment. -One Health Commission