Provides financial assistance to qualifying service members E-6 ranks and below, and non-active veterans on an individual basis. Individuals can apply for grants for routine and emergency care, as well as for costs related to PCS travel with pets.
Provides assistance grants for life-threatening or urgent veterinary needs for pets that have a promising outcome. Offers grants to help pets of domestic violence victims be sheltered or housed safely.
Offers a listing of resources by state and breed, as well as for individuals who are disabled or have assistance animals.
Provides financial aid for pets who need non-basic, non-urgent care.
Provides a listing of organizations that provide financial assistance for veterinary care, organized by state/national, disease, breed and other factors.
Offers payment plans for individuals who need help with various types of bills, including veterinary care.
Offers charitable veterinary services to individuals facing personal hardships, as well as a means to support animals who are injured or rescued from abuse and neglect. Requests for support must come directly licensed AVMA veterinarians.
Donates mobility equipment to pets in need.
Helps pay for canine cancer treatment only.
Provides food and emergency medical care to the pets of homeless individuals. Searchable state-by-state directory of assistance locations.
Ask your pet’s treating veterinarian if there are any projects or odd jobs for which they need assistance. If you have the skills to help, find out if you can barter in exchange for all or part of your pet’s medical bill.
You may have skills in light construction, customer service, or computer technology or programming that are valuable to your veterinarian’s practice. Perhaps they need an extra hand to clean their clinic, make deliveries, or other valuable tasks.