The Pet Project
It is the mission of the Pet Project to help people living with HIV/AIDS or other disabling conditions to keep their pets by providing pet care and ongoing support.
1164 E. Oakland Park Blvd., Ste 308
Oakland Park, FL 33334-2709
954.568.5678 (Office)
954.561.1987 (Fax)
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Provisions for becoming a client:

  1. Only the animal(s) applicant has at time of this call will be covered
  2. All clients with unsprayed/neutered dogs/cats must agree to have them spayed/neutered within three months of becoming a client. Exceptions are senior animals, kittens/puppies < six months and documented show animals
  3. All companion animals must be kept current with their yearly vaccinations. If vaccinations are not current clients will be responsible for attending to the shots within 3 months of becoming a client. To assist with this process clients will be provided with a voucher or subsidized according to income

Preparing application:

Fill in the required fields on this form, and click the submit button to send this form to The Pet Project. When we receive it, we will put together an application package and mail it to you.

While filling out the actual application may not rank high on the pleasures of having a pet, the questions we’ve asked and the information you will provide, are essential to creating a quality and innovative pet care service responsive to you and your companion animal’s particular needs. Please read through and completely fill out the application materials, which include the following:

  1. Cover Letter
  2. Fact/FAQ sheet
  3. General Information
  4. Financial Disclosure
  5. Pet Personality Profile, Medical Information & Food Selection Form – one for each Companion Animal
  6. Rules & Regulations regarding the animal food/supplies service (please keep for reference
    you are responsible for compliance)

Please complete and sign the enclosed application, pet profile/s, the liaison form, and the client agreement for basic services. If you need additional space for your responses you may include a separate page. Please be as thorough as possible in your responses, especially on the Pet Personality Profile. No detail is too small or inconsequential to include. The more detailed your responses are, the better we will be able to assist you and your pet(s) as we increase the scope of services.

Once you have completed the application and related forms, please return them in the enclosed envelope. It is important that you remember to include the following items when returning the completed application to us:

  1. Your application
  2. The Financial Disclosure
  3. A Pet Personality Profile for each companion animal to be covered
  4. A clear & recent photograph of each pet (For our records, a single picture of multiple pets is acceptable).
  5. A copy of most recent veterinary papers (You can ask your vet for a recent copy, or if you do not have a current veterinarian, just note that on your application).
  6. A Letter of Diagnosis of your disease, issued within the past six months, signed and dated by a health care professional
  7. Xerox of photo ID (Drivers License, Florida ID Card). We will make a copy if you bring in the original.

Contact us if you have any additional questions.

Once your papers are evaluated we will be in touch with the results of our evaluation. When you receive your ID at intake, you will be required to provide us with additional documentation substantiating certain expenses or income appearing on your Financial Disclosure Form.



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