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American Veterinary Medical Foundation – This is a helpful list of FAQ’s covering health care and behavioral changes
Best Friends – This is great resource for people who are having trouble paying for medical care for their pets. If you’re a senior citizen, or have an illness or disability or just need some financial help check this out.
Brown Dog Foundation – Help with prescription medication.
Canine Cancer Awareness – Links and resources.
Care Credit – A line of credit to help with the cost of veterinary services.
Companion Bridge – An online community offering physical, emotional and financial help for those with animals that require significant medical care.
CorgiAid – Financial help for Corgi and Corgi-mixes.
Fetch a Cure – Support and assistance for pets with cancer.
For the Love of Alex – Works with reputable veterinary hospitals to establish funds for families who are unable to afford veterinary care for their beloved pet.
Friends of Animals – Provides assistance and certificates for low-cost spay/neuter programs.
Get Your Pet – (From one good home to another) – This online pet adoption community helps people who want to adopt connect with people who need to rehome a dog. You can search for dogs by location in your city and neighborhood.
Harley’s Hope – Services for low-income pet owners, service animals, seniors, and pets living in short-term foster care.
Hearts United for Animals – Offers owners help to keep their pets.
How to Pay for Emergency Pet Care – There are a number of ways to pay for emergency pet care including personal loans, credit cards, welfare organizations, and veterinary schools.
Land of Pure Gold Foundation – Financial aid for Working Dogs (Assistance, Detection, Search & Rescue, Enforcement, Military and Animal-Assisted Therapy Dogs) who have been diagnosed with cancer.
Meals on Wheels America – This wonderful program supports senior citizens and their pets to ensure they live nourished, healthy lives together.
North Shore Animal League America – This wonderful program will help you find the perfect dog, and offers qualifying seniors benefits to help them care for their new buddy.
Old Friends Senior Dog Sanctuary – An amazing group of people who have created a Forever Foster Home network that provides senior dogs loving home settings for the remainder of their lives.
Paws 4 A Cure – Provides assistance to dog owners who need help for veterinary care.
Pit Bull Rescue Central – Resource for owners and caretakers of American Pit Bull Terriers, American Staffordshire Terriers, Staffordshire Bull Terriers, and any mixes thereof.
Pets of the Homeless – Pet food and veterinary care assistance for homeless
RedRover Relief – Helps animals rescued from disasters or neglect.
Rose’s Fund for Animals – Assistance to the people and pets who need it the most.
Shakespeare Animal Fund – Help for people who can’t afford veterinary care to pay for an unexpected illness or any other medical expense.
Special Needs Dobermans – Financial assistance for senior and special needs Doberman Pinschers.
The Grey Muzzle Organization – Everything for senior dogs including Medical Care Programs, Seniors for Seniors Adoption Programs, Keeping Dogs With Their Owners Program, Hospice and Long-Term Foster Care Programs, Senior Therapy Dog Programs, Animal Food Programs, Orthopedic Dog Beds for Senior Dogs in Shelters.
The Mosby Fund – Financial assistance for dogs in need of critical care.
The Onyx & Breezy Foundation – Provides funding and support to dog owners in need of help.
The Pet Fund – Helps dog owners pay for veterinary care for their pets.
The Riedel & Cody Fund – Help for pets suffering from cancer.
Tipper and Squirt Care for Cushings Fund – Financial assistance for families struggling to pay medical care costs associated with Cushing’s disease.
Top Dog Foundation – To rescue, rehabilitate, and provide a loving and permanent home for dogs who are deemed unadoptable because of age and health and who would otherwise be unnecessarily euthanized.