Free pet food:

OKC Animal Shelter


Providing free temporary pet food to anyone who is a resident of OKC. Pick up at the shelter located at 2811 SE 29th St. in OKC.

Pet Food Pantry of OK

PFP is accepting new clients at this time.


Providing free pet food to those 63 or older, or U.S. Veterans (any age with proof of service). All pets must be spayed/neutered. Leave your name and address so we can mail you an application.

If you are homeless, go to the Homeless Alliance Day Center located at 1724 NW 4th in OKC. They will give you pet food.

FREE or low-cost vaccinations and spay/neuter:

Safe Haven Clinic


5027 Spencer Road in Spencer and 1514 N. Rockwell in OKC

FREE SPAY/NEUTER (limited time),

Low-cost vaccinations,

Low-cost dentals ($89)

OK Humane Place


6002 S. Western Ave in OKC

Low-cost spay/neuter

Low-cost vaccinations

Best Friends of Pets


Leave your name and address. They will mail you an application.

Low-cost spay/neuter

Additional resources for low-cost vaccinations (call before you go)



926 SW 4th in Moore

SW Veterinary Hospital


2225 NW 12th Ave in Norman

Yukon Pet Care Clinic


609 N. Mustang Rd in Yukon

For pets having trouble eating dry food

A few hours before your pet’s feeding, place dry food in bowl and add just enough water to cover food. Place bowl in refrigerator. Dry food will plump up and be easier to eat – plus will give your pet some extra moisture. Take bowl out of refrigerator, add some warm water or warm in microwave checking to be sure food is not too hot. Smash food into smaller pieces with a fork. Repeat for each meal.

Healthy alternatives

Green beans are healthy treats and good for controlling pet’s weight. Store in freezer and give as a frozen treat or thaw in the refrigerator and serve with dry dog food. Low calorie, high fiber helps pets feel full and satisfied without increasing their weight. Green beans in the frozen section will have less sodium than canned green beans.

100% canned pumpkin is good for their digestive system – helps with constipation and diarrhea. Keep refrigerated. Add a spoonful to their food or place “dollops” on waxed paper and freeze. Also good for giving pills.

We love helping you with your pets!