Potter League

Pets in Need

RI’s Premier, Non-Profit Vet Clinic

Covid-19 Updates

Please note that we have officially moved to 50 Amaral Street, which is just a few doors down from our last location.

At this time we are only able to provide care to existing PIN Clinic clients with urgent medical needs. We hope to start providing care to new clients again very soon. Please note that PIN is not providing spay/neuter surgeries at this time, please contact our Spay & Neuter Clinic for spay/neuter inquires.

We receive hundreds of calls a week for appointments so please know it may take a number of weeks for your pet to receive an appointment.

In order to be seen at PIN Clinic:

  1. You must have private transportation since you will be asked to wait in your car. Please limit the number of people coming to PIN Clinic as much as possible. We kindly ask that only one or two people bring the pet.
  2. We ask that you please have a cell phone. Clients will not be allowed in the building and all communication will take place over the phone.
  3. You must wear a mask when we approach your car to take your animal.
  4. If you have had a fever in the last 72 hours or if you have been around someone that has been sick or tested positive for Covid-19, we kindly ask that you not call to schedule an appointment at this time.

If you are in need of financial assistance to help pay for veterinary care at a veterinary clinic other than PIN Clinic, you may qualify for additional assistance. For information about financial assistance, please click HERE.

Affordable Pet Services

Do You Qualify for Services?

To qualify for veterinary services, pet owners must be Rhode Island residents who are also receiving federal or state assistance. Animals will be seen by appointment only, and owners will need to bring documentation proving they are receiving at least one of the following forms of assistance:

Wellness Exams

Diagnostic Services

Surgical Procedures

Dental Care

2019 Statistics

Here for Rhode Island Pet Owners

In 2019 we provided veterinary care to 2,365 pets that otherwise would have been left without treatment​
500 +
We've given over 500 beloved pets life-saving surgeries such as a mass removal, tail amputation, or dental surgery.​
61 %
Our average vet visit is $63, versus $160 at a for-profit veterinary clinic in RI. On average, that's 61% off your vet bill.

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