Too much of a good thing? Pets enrich our lives, yet our community and its pets are feeling the stress of not enough good homes to support their growing numbers.
Animal Allies of Idaho (AAID) was established in January 2013 to AAID our community and its animals by sustaining a healthy pet population.
With a focus on limiting overpopulation and preventing future homeless cats and dogs, AAID is establishing a low fee spay & neuter clinic in Coeur d’Alene and raising awareness throughout northern Idaho that altering pets benefits both people and pets. We are establishing a sustainable clinic that will be open 2 days a week year-round initially -- adding days as needed. The clinic will be at 5920 Government Way, #4.
The Clinic Team
Veterinarian & Veterinary Director
We are very fortunate to have such experienced professionals. Our Veterinarian, Dr Marni Quist, has been awarded for her surgical proficiency and compassion. Our Veterinary Director, Dr Doug Honken, sold his renowned practice in WY and now lives in Post Falls. In support of our mission, he is volunteering his expertise by supervising protocol as well as veterinary equipment and supplies purchasing.
Vet Techs ~ Office Manager & Surgical Technician
Each of our techs has over 6 years of veterinary hospital experience and is very capable in both front and back of clinic procedures so they can assist where ever needed. Terah Chance is our Office Manager focusing on office procedures and Angie Hanson is our Surgical Technician, primarily assisting with surgical procedures.
Animal Allies of Idaho, Inc is a 501(c)3 Public Charity and all donations are tax deductible to the full extent of the law. Our only income is from service fees, donations, and grants, and our financial information will always be available upon request. Our Board of Directors volunteer their time, energy and financial support.
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