The Doney Memorial Pet Clinic is a makeshift veterinarian's office that provides free pet care for low-income residents.
Pet owners wait in line for hours two Saturdays a month to get their furry friends the care they need.
Dr. Stan Coe has been helping run the clinic for over 26 years.
Alongside Dr. Coe is a team of volunteers and other veterinarians -- some who have traveled from the other side of the state to aid Doney's clients.
The clinic provides basic pet care like vaccinations, flea treatments and nail clippings for all animals.
"In a lot of cases, it's pretty much their whole life. They don't have family and that pet is their constant companion," Dr. Stan Coe said.