NEPA Rescue Veterinary Clinic (Client-Facing) | Indraloka Animal Sanctuary

Welcome to the

NEPA RESCUE VET CLINIC

As members of the NEPA Animal Welfare Collaborative examined the greatest threats to animals in our community, a common thread emerged–a shortage of veterinarians and unaffordable medical costs. 

The NEPA Rescue Veterinary Clinic was designed to alleviate the burden on the non-profit organizations on the front lines of animal rescue and enable families and individuals for whom excellent veterinary care may otherwise be unaffordable to keep their animal companions and provide them with the very best.  

This project, funded by the generosity of our community, works to support rescued animals and the humans who help them.  

clinic Mission statement

The NEPA Rescue Vet Clinic, a project of Indraloka Animal Sanctuary, offers discounted veterinary services to 501c3 nonprofit shelters, rescues, and sanctuaries that are members of the NEPA Animal Welfare Collaborative and the Global Coalition of Farm Sanctuaries. We also serve low-income households.

Brown and white rescued goat

List of Services

If you need services for a species other than dogs or cats, we may be able to help. Please contact us vet@indraloka.org for information on the services we can provide.

Please note that we are not able to provide emergency services.

Physical exam (well or sick)– $40

Feral cats welcome

Cost of sedation is additional if required

LITTER EXAMs (KITTENS/PUPPIES <8 WEEKS OF AGE)

Services include, while not necessarily limited to:

Vaccines

Certain additional vaccines can be ordered upon request

Microchips

In-house diagnostics

Medications

SPAY & NEUTER SURGERIES

Includes spay/neuter, subcutaneous fluids, pain meds, ear cleaning, & nail trim

FERAL CATS WELCOME FOR TNR

(INCLUDES SPAY/NEUTER, EAR CLEANING, RABIES & FVRCP VACCINES, & FLEA/TICK PREVENTIVE)

MUST BE BROUGHT IN A TRAP & RELEASED BACK TO THEIR COLONY

Prices are subject to change.

Process for becoming eligible for services

Click the button below to submit a New Client Intake Form

Click the button below to download the New Client Intake Form

Because we are a nonprofit clinic, we are only able to offer services to those who meet the current threshold for low income. To qualify for services, you must provide one of the following documents as proof of income:

  • Most recent tax return
  • 2 pay stubs
  • Dated Access card award letter
  • Medicaid card
  • WIC card
  • PACE card
  • Dated SSD/SSI award letter
  • Dated utility receipt showing LIHEAP assistance
The NEPA Rescue Veterinary Clinic Staff smiles while holding several clinic patients.
Dr. Leslie Interlandi, Staff Veterinarian (bottom row) with clinic dog Baby. Top row- Alexa Graham, Veterinary Technician with clinic cat Charlie, Ally Welsch, Veterinary Assistant with clinic chicken Adelaide, and Kaitlyn White, Veterinary Clinic Coordinator with clinic patient Bella.

Contact Info

Call Us 570-665-9215


Hours of operation

M – F from 8 am – 4 pm 

FAQs

Please complete the NEPA Rescue Veterinary Clinic New Client Intake Form. We will process it and send you an email when you are approved to start making appointments.

Please note, before making your first appointment, please complete the New Client Intake Form found here. Once your form is approved, you may call the office to set up an appointment.

Payment is due at the time of services and can be made using a major credit card (5% processing fee applies), cash (applicable change provided as a credit on your account), or a check.

Dr. Interlandi received her degree from The University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine and  joined Indraloka in June 2022 to spearhead the NEPA Rescue Veterinary Clinic. As a Shelter Medicine specialist, Dr. Interlandi brings the ideal skill set to diagnose, treat and care for problems specific to shelter animals as well as experience in general veterinary medicine. Dr. Interlandi also holds Fear Free Veterinary Certification, a methodology that enables vets to reduce fear, anxiety and stress in animal patients, making vet care safer and more enjoyable for all involved.

Dr. Interlandi has performed a wide range of surgeries and procedures, including spays and neutering, hernia repairs, tooth extractions and limb amputations. She has experience in treating diverse pathologies and has worked with numerous species, including equines, cows, goats, sheep, fowl, pigs, dogs and cats. After more than 25 years in her first career as a health analytics and marketing consultant, Dr. Interlandi is now in a position to pursue her passion. Through practicing Shelter Medicine, Dr. Interlandi is treating animals who have been abused, abandoned, injured and neglected—the animals who need her most.

Unfortunately, we are not able to offer emergency services.

The NEPA Rescue Veterinary Clinic is grateful to our supporters including:


If you’d like to help, please visit our WISH LIST to donate funds or equipment. 

The NEPA Rescue Veterinary Clinic is only possible through the support of our community.

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