We have very important Hannah Program changes taking effect January 2019.

CLICK HERE to read a letter from Hannah's President, Fred Wich.

Hannah's Loving Hands

Hannahs Loving Hands

Hannah’s Loving Hands serves its local Community by providing a variety of FREE programs designed to remove barriers for those in need of Pet companionship, interaction, and/or care for their current Pet. Below are descriptions for each of the programs we operate in order to bring the benefits of Pet ownership and care to our schools, senior and group homes, Pet rescue groups, as well as Veterans in our local community. Approved applicants receive the benefits of these programs at no cost.
  • Classroom Pet Program - Hannah’s Loving Hands provides socialized bunnies and guinea pigs to classrooms to enliven and enrich the classroom environment. This program is at no cost to the school and 100% of the medical care and supplies are covered.
  • Bones - 100% of proceeds from our Bones Program goes to support our Classroom Pet Program.
  • Helping Hand of the Week - Hannah’s Loving Hands works with rescue groups and organizations who do not have access to veterinary resources for the Pets they are finding homes for. We provide veterinary care at our Health and Education Centers for these Pets to increase its chances of finding a forever home.
  • Veteran Program - Hannah’s Loving Hands is here to help our Veterans and their Pet. We want to thank our heroes for their service and we do that by providing our all-inclusive services at no cost to qualified Veterans.
  • Community Homes - Hannah’s Loving Hands works with a variety of centers (i.e. Group Homes, Senior Centers) to bring Pet companionship to them. Having a Pet in these places can improve the quality of life for the people and individuals there. We offer our all-inclusive services at no cost to these homes, they provide the love and companionship.

Contact Information

Hannah’s Loving Hands
1101 SE Tech Center Dr. Ste 150
Vancouver, WA 98683
360-448-4535
[email protected]

What Hannah Members Say

Nearly two weeks ago I took my dog to another clinic and she was diagnosed with Pyometra and I was told she would die that day without surgery. I couldn't afford the $3,800 they wanted. . . A week later and my fur baby was still alive and fighting. Finally I ran across Hannah. . . From the moment I walked in with my insanely thin and ill dog, I was treated with respect and compassion. They didn't hesitate to take care of my fur baby, blood work, X-ray, IV with fluids before I even gave them payment information. My dog is alive, back home, after days of surgery and hospital care, for a fraction of the cost the other vet wanted, and payments spread over the next 12-months. I also, now, will never have to experience this again because for my monthly fee and membership my dog will have great veterinarian care for the rest of her life, no matter what financial obstacles are thrown at me. . .

Jennifer H. June 2016