Paw Works Veterinary Hospital, Built on the Paw Works mission, “We Shall Lead, Protect, Heal, Comfort and Shelter Those Who Cannot Speak for Themselves”
Paw Works Veterinary Hospital opened it’s doors to the public, March 1, 2021 with the sole purpose of creating quality, affordable veterinary care for the community and its animals. Established under the umbrella of Paw Works non-profit, PWVH is the first of its kind for Ventura County and the Conejo Valley. Formed to put animals first and profits second, PWVH, brings commissioned free veterinarians with over 50+ years of combined experience back to what they love, caring for the loved ones of others, your pets!
Built on the Paw Works mission, “We Shall Lead, Protect, Heal, Comfort and Shelter Those Who Cannot Speak for Themselves,” PWVH is the next step in progression for the non-profit organization. PWVH is dedicated to not only treating and caring for the Paw Works’ rescue animals, but working with other nonprofits and shelters nationwide, all while running a successful private practice for the public.
Our ultimate goal at PWVH is to address animal overpopulation and abandonment at its core. With over 1 million dogs and cats still euthanized yearly in city and county shelters, education, spay and neuter initiatives and affordable veterinary care will be the only true solution to this animal pandemic. At PWVH we will work tirelessly to be the next evolution to this solution to animal rescue and welfare.