Are You Having Difficulty Keeping Up With Your Pet’s Costs?
Below we have listed state and national resources which can help pet owners in need of pet costs relief.
Money problems that make it hard, or even impossible, to care for a pet, do not just affect the pet. The pet’s entire family suffers, too. After all, pets are integral parts of today’s families. But don’t dispair, help is out there! You just need to know where to find it.
Free & Low Cost Veterinary / Vaccine / Spray / Neuter / Pet Food Assistance, by State
District of Columbia
PLEASE NOTE: If your pet is in need of emergency veterinary care and you are unable to cover its cost, CLICK HERE to search for programs or veterinary schools which may be able to help you with the emergency care costs. If you are not sure what constitutes emergency veterinary care, please ask your veterinarian physician for determination, based on your pet’s symptoms.
National Organizations Which Provide Financial Help To Pet Owners In Need
Please keep in mind that each organization is independent and has its own set of qualification rules and guidelines, which may vary from one organization to another.
The Big Hearts Fund: financial help for the diagnosis and treatment of dog and cat heart conditions
Brown Dog Foundation: prescription medicines
Canine Cancer Awareness
God’s Creatures Ministry Veterinary Charity
Joshua Louis Animal Cancer Foundation: Under specific JLACF IRS-approved bylaws, grants may only be provided for pets cared for by a board-certified veterinary oncologist
Magic Bullet Fund: cancer-specific
The Mosby Fund
The Onyx & Breezy Foundation
Paws 4 A Cure
The Pet Fund
Pets of the Homeless: pet food and veterinary care help for homeless
The Riedel & Cody Fund: support for pets battling cancer
Shakespeare Animal Fund
Top Dog Foundation “Bentley Grant”: for senior dogs (age 10 and over; breed type will be considered in the determination of what is “senior”)