Helpful Resources

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Below is a list of helpful resources for information and financial assistance. Click on their name to be re-directed to their website.

Financial Assistance Resources:

For a comprehensive list per state, please click HERE and HERE.

Brown Dog Foundation
“Offers pet owners in temporary financial crisis an alternative to euthanasia when their pet faces a treatable but life-threatening condition or illness in order to restore quality of life for pet and owner.”
“Canine Cancer Awareness, Inc. is a tax-deductible non-profit organization whose mission is to raise awareness of the prevalence of canine cancer, its effects and the available treatment options. Donations made to Canine Cancer Awareness are used for veterinary care for dogs with cancer whose families are financially unable to provide treatment.”

Emma's Foundation For Canine Cancer
"We provide financial assistance to dog owners who are financially challenged and are unable to pay for the canine cancer treatments of their dogs. Our assistance is based on financial need and we currently are helping Vermont and Florida Residents Only."

Fairy Dogparents
To prevent Massachusetts dogs from being surrendered to shelters when their DogParents face financial crisis. We assist qualified Massachusetts DogParents with dog food, cost of medical assistance and general wellness.You may apply on our website for assistance. Applications which detail your financial information and origins and veterinary status are required to be considered. We have limits of $300, and $800 dollars per year and do not guarantee assistance to applicants. Dogs must be neutered/spayed or the DogParent to must agree to neuter or spay."
Fetch A Cure
“FETCH provides financial aid to families unable to bear the cost of the life-saving treatments for their pets that have been diagnosed with cancer through the Companions in Crisis program. FETCH continues to work towards providing more accessible treatment options for all within our community.” - Virginia Residents Only
Frankie’s Friends
“Pets must be recommended for the Hope Fund support by their attending veterinarian. The Hope Fund is used when a necessary therapy would otherwise be impossible financially. Financial support may be given to families who demonstrate substantial financial need and whose pets would have a good prognosis from a single intervention for long-term recovery to a normal quality of life.”
"KarmaSue’s mission is to provide education, counseling, and financial support to Coloradan families that have companion animals living with cancer in an effort to honor the human-animal connection." -
Colorado Residents Only
Land of PureGold 'Working Dog' Cancer Treatment Grants
“Grants are $500 per individual working dog, the reimbursements provided directly to respective veterinary personnel for oncology related expenses in the United States and Canada. Applicants MUST BE active working dogs, that is, in the areas of assistance, detection, search & rescue, enforcement, military work, or animal-assisted therapy.”
Lovie's Legacy
"Our Veterinary Assistance Program provides small grants to low-income pet owners in Tennessee whose pets are in need of urgent medical care. To date, we have helped thousands of deserving animals suffering from illnesses, broken bones, torture, and other painful conditions." - Tennessee Residents Only

Paws 2 Help
“Our ultimate goal is no unwanted, homeless or abused companion animals. Our emphasis to achieve this end is primarily, but not confined to: spay/neuter, and public information and education. Secondarily, we endeavor to make basic veterinary care available to ALL pets in need, regardless of their owner’s ability to pay.” – West Palm Beach and Jupiter, FL Only

Pet Fund
The goal of the Pet Fund is to provide financial assistance to owners of domestic animals who need veterinary care.”

"PetLuv is a private, nonprofit corporation founded in 1996. The primary mission is to offer affordable spay and neuter services that will help prevent unwanted animals from being born only to suffer and die." - Brooksville, FL Only

Riedel & Cody Fund
“The Riedel & Cody Fund (RCF) offers grants and matching grants to families who cannot afford the cost of their pet’s cancer care.  Families who apply for grant funding must have a combined household income of less than $50,000 and must have a cancer diagnosis from a Board Certified Veterinary Oncologist.”
Shakespeare Animal Fund
We help elderly, disabled and those whose total income does not exceed the current poverty guidelines to obtain emergency pet care. We pay the veterinarian directly, reducing out of pocket costs for low income pet owners who need to save their pet's life. - Florida Only
RedRover Relief
"Preserving the human-animal bond by providing financial assistance, resources and support to low-income individuals and survivors of domestic violence and their pets, so families can escape together and stay together."
SeniorCare, Inc.
Massachusetts Only
SeniorCare, Inc. Area Agency on Aging operates the Pawsitive Connections Program, which provides information and services to elders and their pets.  Grants are small, must be invoiced directly to the program (no reimbursements to consumers), paid directly to the animal’s care provider, and are limited to pet owners aged 60 or older
Second Chances
Massachusetts Only
"Second Chance Animal Shelter has expanded its Wellness Center to include a subsidized veterinary clinic as part of our Community Healthy Pet Initiative. This is open to the general public so everyone is welcome to come to our veterinary clinic for their pet’s care. However, the reduced fees of our subsidized veterinary clinic are only available to those that qualify. You must meet the income requirement to receive the prices listed on our fee schedule.

The Magic Bullet Fund
“Magic Bullet Fund (MBF) provides financial assistance for canine cancer treatment only when the family is unable to pay for treatment. We help only when the dog would not be able to have (or complete) cancer treatment without our assistance. Most families contribute some portion of the treatment fees and MBF contributes the amount that the family cannot pay.”

"The Mosby Foundation is organized exclusively for charitable purposes, to assist in the care of critically sick, injured, abused and neglected dogs through financial support and public education."
Tiny Paws Fresno is a 501(c)(3) non-profit animal welfare organization & charity. Tax ID:  83-0548618 that was created to raise both awareness and money to help save these pets lives by offering financial assistance to help alleviate the high cost of upfront fees for critical life-saving emergency treatments.   
We also support our community that offers socialization, education and resources by promoting the value of owning a dog; creating fun and educational experiences with dogs, and helping current owners become better owners.
This is for Veterans who have service dogs, Title 38 Section 1714 enables veterans to ask their caseworkers to file VA Form 10-2641 in order to receive financial assistance for veterinary care of service animals. See question #4 when clicking on this link.

Emergency Pet Food Assistance
Pibble's Kibble
Massachusetts Only
"Pibble’s Kibbles goal is to assist other humans and their pets with emergency food assistance. If a family should fall on hard times and become uncertain as to how they will afford their pet’s next meal, we will be there for them. Instead of agonizing this family can turn to Pibble’s Kibbles Pet Food Pantry for temporary relief, and rest-assured knowing that their pet-pal will receive that next meal."
Sophie's Mission
Massachusetts Only
"We are a non-profit organization that provides pet owners who are experiencing financial difficulties with necessary pet food and related items."
Additional Resources

Angell Animal Medical Center

The Pain Medicine service at Angell Animal Medical Center offers treatment for companion animals with discomfort that negatively affects their quality of life, regardless of their primary diagnosis. Many of our patients have complex medical issues that complicate treatment for pain. Some owners seek help in accurately determining whether their animals are in pain and how much they are suffering. Many of our patients are nearing the end of their life and this service helps pet owners decide on comfort care measures and address quality of life concerns.

The Oncology service at Angell Animal Medical Center
Angell's board-certified veterinary oncologists are committed to improving your companion’s quality of life in an atmosphere of caring and compassion. They work together with our board-certified anesthesiologist, surgeons, in-house pathologists and Pain Medicine clinic to provide maximum comfort and safety for patients. This includes routine use of Vascular Access Ports to more comfortably administer treatment (less needles!), and Intensity-Modulated Radiation Therapy (IMRT). IMRT shapes radiation beams with such precision that nearby structures (eyes, heart, etc.) remain unharmed, and side effects are drastically minimized.

** Discount provided with referral by Paws 4 A Cure will give you a discount. Paws 4 A Cure referral letter must be presented at the time of service. **

Our goal is to provide the highest quality orthotics, prosthetics, and pain management devices to assist your pet in regaining his/her quality of life. We stand by our products, which is why all of our devices are backed by a six month to a year long warranty to ensure the best quality.

Pet Cancer Support Group - on Facebook under Pet Cancer Support
"The Pet Cancer Support Group is a group of caring, knowledgeable pet owners who know what you're going through right now, and who are there to share the journey with you. Members include people whose pet has recently been diagnosed, and those who have already fought the battle....including some great success stories of dogs who have faced overwhelming odds and beaten cancer." 

Walgreens Prescription Savings Club
"Save on pet medications for chronic conditions like arthritis, epilepsy and diabetes. Plus, members earn 10% reward on Walgreens brand products."
Warm Paw Reiki
Cuddly Care for Canines, Cats and other Creatures! Support your furry companion's physical and emotional health with Reiki. Reagan was trained at DovenStar Intuitive Reiki Center in Woburn and has had additional lessons (online) from Animal Reiki Source.

CBD Oil For Dogs
"CBD oil helps pets who are suffering from poor and declining health (mentally, behaviorally, and physically). But with so much misinformation floating around the internet, it's hard to know where to begin when deciding if this is a good fit for your family and your fur baby. To help answer all those questions buzzing through your mind, Joy Organics just published CBD Oil For Dogs : Everything a Dog Owner Must Know. This comprehensive guide gives pet parents everything they need to know about CDB oil for dogs: how and why CBD oil works for dogs, the benefits of using CBD oil, conditions this oil helps improve, the different methods and servings for administering CBD oil to your dog, what to look for when purchasing CBD oil to ensure purity, and even answering all those questions surrounding the legality of it all."

"Does your pet take medication that can be picked up at the local pharmacy, then you can use the free discount prescription drug card for your pets. You can use the same card to purchase PET ONLY medications by accessing the website on the card."

365 Pet Insurance
“At 365 Pet Insurance, our mission is to be an impartial knowledge base on all things Pet Insurance. Currently, only four percent of pet owners carry a pet insurance policy, and we seek to help pet owners understand the, at times, confusing landscape of pet insurance. We take a logical approach to policies, carriers and pet health in general, helping break down insurance jargon and allowing you to gain access to real customer insights and reviews so when you are picking a pet insurance policy, you can make the best decision.”

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