furry friends of unhoused angelenos
thanks to underdog
“There are hundreds to thousands of pets [downtown],” shares Siegel. “And the week that I realized I needed to do something about this, two dogs died of parvovirus, which [has] a very, very cheap and affordable vaccine. And I thought to myself: If I could have vaccinated those two dogs, they would still be alive today.”
Los Angeles Magazine
Bringing care to the homeless pets of LA
“Underdog Community Project is a new and upcoming organization founded by some talented students from USC, who provide monthly medical services to the homeless population’s pets in Skid Row and the larger downtown Los Angeles area,” Grewal told LA Mag."
the compassionate animal whisperer
"Volunteering for the UnderDog Community Project, a nonprofit organization that provides free veterinary services to the beloved pets of unhoused individuals in Los Angeles. It has opened his eyes to even bigger opportunities to simply be the best vet he can be."