Alaska Native Rural Veterinary, Inc. is a non-profit 501(c)(3) veterinary outreach organization

Alaska Native Rural Veterinary, Inc. was created to offer free veterinary care, pet safety and education to under-served rural Alaskan communities, where economics and vast remoteness make regular veterinary care inaccessible.

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The goal of our organization is to deliver modern, culturally positive veterinary care to populations without service. 

The board members, Victor Lord, Nelson Angapak (newly retired vice President of Alaska Federation of Natives), Rod Phillip, Carl Jerue, and Angie Fitch are born and raised in Alaska. Other board members include Dr. Tim Hunt, Dr. Page Wages and Brian Lefferts with Yukon Kuskokwim Health Corporation

The main reason we started a nonprofit is because many communities with high numbers of strays, live in fear of dog bites to children and rabies exposure. Stray dog populations, disease and parasites can be controlled with accessible veterinary care.

Alaska Native Rural Veterinary Inc. accepts tax deductible paypal contributions and Alaska air mile donations.

If your community is in need of veterinary service, if you would like to volunteer or if you are a veterinarian interested in giving back through your profession
please email

3875 Geist Road, Box 301,
Fairbanks, Alaska 99709
Phone 907-322-5108

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