Veterinary Care Financial Assistance
A credit card that allows you to pay, interest free over a period of time, your pet’s medical bills. After the maximum time period is reached, interest is charged.
Provides pet parents with simple transparent payment plans.
Their goal is to expand financial access to veterinary care so more pets get the care they need. Their mission is to end economic euthanasia and owner surrender.
Create your own fundraiser with GoFundMe
If an unexpected illness or injury arises with your pet, consider creating a fundraiser that you can share with family and friends. You might be surprised how the community is willing to come together to help an animal in need.
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Should your pet need emergency veterinary care following an accident,
or require treatment for an illness or health problem, pet health insurance
helps cover the cost of your vet bills, so you can rest assured
your pet can receive the best possible care.
*Note: Most insurance does not cover pre-existing conditions so it might be best to get a policy before your pet gets sick or injured.
Provides financial assistance grants to family owned pets in need of lifesaving emergency or specialty veterinary care whose caregivers cannot afford the full cost of treatment.
The Murphee & Sugar Angel Foundation
Pet owners who care for critically ill pets, and who are experiencing severe financial strain,
may be eligible for up to $500 in financial assistance.
The Mosby Foundation
Helps qualified limited-income pet parents facing extenuating veterinary circumstances no one could possibly foresee.
Helps animals in crisis. Protect and strengthen the bond between people and animals through emergency sheltering, disaster relief services, financial assistance, and education.
Magic Bullet Fund
Helps people who have a cat or dog with cancer, but cannot afford treatment
Pets of the Homeless
The first national nonprofit providing pet food and emergency veterinary care to pets that belong to people experiencing homelessness.