Since we are unable to assist every pet owner with their pet's veterinary care needs, we have compiled a list of companies and nonprofits that may be able to assist you with your pet's veterinary care needs. Since we require our recipients to pay at least 25% of their Veterinary Care Bill, you will also find a few links to help you raise funds for your portion of the bill. You may access them by clicking on the blue link. 

Fundraising Options

  • Give Forward and Go Fund Me are two options for online fundraising. Both are very easy to set up and can be linked to your Social Media Sites to encourage your friends and family to help you raise funds for your pet's veterinary care.  

Pet Credit Care with Special Financing Options 

  • Care Credit offers Special Financing for qualified applicants to assist with the cost of Veterinary Care. 

 Other Nonprofit Organizations

  • Fur Kids Foundation "Providing education and aid to promote the well-being of families with animals in Campbell County Wyoming" Campbell County Wyoming Residents Only

  •  ACAF "Offers several different types of Funding: The Emergency Assistance, The Rogan Rexford Animal Blood Bank, Cancer Care Fund(Asta's Angel Fund), Eye Care Fund (Maggie's Fund), Oral Care Fund, and the Pittsburgh Area K-9 Unit."

  • Fair Dog Parents "provides assistance with food,medical and general wellness needs of qualified dog recipients in Massachusetts."

  • The Brown Dog Foundation "provides funding to families who find themselves with a sick pet that would likely respond to treatment, but due to unforseen circumstances, there is not enough money immediately available to make it happen." They assist Tennessee Residents only. 

  • Red Rover Relief "provides financial and emotional support to Good Samaritans, animal rescuers and pet owners to help them care for animals in life-threatening situations and resources to help victims of domestic violence escape abusive environments with their pets." They are a National nonprofit.

  • The Pet Fund "provides financial assistance to owners of domestic animals who need veterinary care. They help cover the cost of veterinary care beyond the normal expenses of vaccinations, spay and neuter surgeries, food and routine care." They are a National nonprofit.

  • IMOM is "dedicated to insure that no companion animal has to be euthanized simply because their caretaker is financially challenged. They aim to better the lives of sick, injured and abused companion animals." They are a National nonprofit.

  • The Magic Bullet Fund is a nationwide financial assistance for people who have a dog with cancer, but cannot afford treatment costs. Founded by Laurie Kaplan as a program within the nonprofit Pereus Foundation, the Magic Bullet give dogs with cancer a fighting chance to survive. They are a National nonprofit.

  • The Picasso Fund which is administered by the Mayor's Alliance for NYC's Animals pays for lifesaving medical treatment for sick and injured animals transferred from NYC's AC&C to other Alliance Participating Organizations for adoption. Affiliated Veterinary Centers provide the treatment to get the animals back on their feet. Once they become healthy enough they are placed up for adoption. New York Residents Only.

  • The Acme Foundation helps dogs in treatment at Clearlake Veterinary Clinic in Lake County, CA.

  • Labrador Harbor helps labs in California only. They "provide charitable funds to private citizens or nonprofit rescue organization that directly benefit the immediate physical well-being of Labrador Retrievers."

  • Special Needs Dobermans helps senior and special needs Dobies. "We are an organization of people with a common goal of helping senior and special needs Dobermans. That need may be financial for Doberman Rescue Groups, or it may be only information and/or moral support for the owner of a Doberman with a serious illness or injury. We will also aid Rescue Groups in rehoming and fostering senior Dobermans they may place under their care. The financial aid we provide may come from donations, occasional online auctions or SND Store sales. Every precaution is taken to assure that the need is real." They are a National nonprofit.

  • Smiling Blue Skies Blues lost his battle with lymphoma on March 27, 2001. A special cancer fund was set up in his memory through the University of Guelph's Ontario Veterinary College Pet Trust Fund.  They are a National nonprofit.

  • Animal Care Foundation is a community-based nonprofit in Englwood, CO that promotes the human-animal bond through programs that provide emotional, medical and financial support to help people and animals heal each other. 

  • Land of Pure Gold is a programs that assists working Golden Retriever dogs who are battling cancer. They are a National nonprofit.

  • Canine Cancer provides financial support and offers a wonderful supplement exchange program. They are a National nonprofit.

  • The Equine Protection Fund provides emergency feed, some veterinary care assistance and gelding assistance. They are a National nonprofit.

  • Feline Veterinary Emergency Assistance Program requirements include life-threatening illness or injury or one that severely compromises quality of life, but is also considered treatable by the veterinarian. Full funding is rarely available and they expect the owner to contribute what they can. They are a National nonprofit.

  • Handicapped Pets provides information and assistance to caregivers of handicapped pets. They are a National nonprofit.

  • Concern for Animals provides assistance with veterinary bills, animal feed, boarding or permanent placement for Thurston, Lewis and Mason Counties in Washington. 

  • The Bummer Fund provides assistance to pet owners in times of temporary medical crisis. This is only available to residents in Columbiana, Mahoning and Trumbull Counties in Ohio.

  •  Jake Brady Memorial Fund Available to residents in Ohio only. They provide funding for corrective, suitable and life-saving medical treatment to companion animals of families in need.

  • Black and Orange Cat Foundation they help low income residents in Madison and Union Counties in Ohio who cannot afford the cost of sterilization and medical care obtain the care needed for their cats.

  • The Tank Fund provides financial assistance for emergency veterinary care costs in Knox County Ohio.