Assistance with Veterinary Care


Non-Breed Specific Veterinary Care Assistance Programs

Banfield Charitable Trust

Offers programs including grants to help with veterinary care, food programs, helping homebound pet owners and owners in hospice care.


The Big Hearts Fund

Raises funds and awareness for pets diagnosed with heart disease.


Brown Dog Foundation

Financial assistance for medical care.


Canine Cancer Awareness

Assistance for veterinary care for dogs with cancer whose families are financially unable to provide treatment.


The Dog and Cat Cancer

Assistance for pet owners whose dog or cat is fighting cancer.


Feline Veterinary Emergency Assistance

Financial assistance for life-threatening illness or injury.


Frankie's Friends

Financial assistance for pets with cancer and other diseases.


Gracie's Mission

Focused on assisting pet owners, on a limited income, with holistic medical treatment for their pet.


Handicapped Pets

Support for owners of elderly, disabled, and special needs pets.


Harley's Hope Foundation

Offers several services for low-income pet owners, service animals, seniors and short-term foster care.



Financial assistance to avoid unnecessary euthanasia.


The AAHA Foundation

Works with AAHA-accredited veterinary practices to identify pets in need.  Accredited practices may then apply for assistance from the Fund for emergency and non-elective treatment of abandoned pets an pets whose owners are facing financial hardship.


The Magic Bullet Fund

Financial assistance for dogs with cancer


The Mosby Foundation

Financial assistance for critically ill or injured dog.


The Onyx & Breezy Foundation

Funding and support for various animal-related needs.


Paws 4 A Cure

Financial assistance for dog and cat owners.


The Pet Fund

Financial assistance for urgent vet care.



Provides pet resources for people living with HIV/Aids or other disabling conditions.


Red Rover

Offers resources and supports for emergency situations.


The Riedel & Cody Fund

Treatment funding for pets with cancer.


Shakespeare Animal Fund

Pet assistance for people in need.


Credit Cards for Veterinary Care

If your pet becomes ill and you are not able to afford the entire cost of medical treatment at one time, getting of these special cards may be a solution.  Your veterinarian must offer this service for you to use.  Check with your veterinarian to see which cards are accepted.


Breed-Specifc Veterinary Care Assistance Programs



Special Needs Dobermans


Dougal's Helping Paw

Scottish Terriers, West Highland White Terriers and other small, short-legged terriers.



Labrador Lifeline



West Highland White Terriers


Pyramedic Trust

Great Pyrenees


Veterinary Care Assistance for Working/Service Dogs

Helping Harley Cancer Treatment Grant

Assistance Dogs Special Allowance Program