Financial Medical Help

 Worth reading as you never know when you or someone you know might need this information. 

General Information

AAHA-member vets also can get grants of $500, twice a year, to help a needy patient.

In Memory of Magic (IMOM) is dedicated to insuring that no companion
animal has to be euthanized simply because their caretaker is
financially challenged.
PO Box 282
Cheltenham, MD 20623
Phone (866)-230-2164 Fax (301)-599-1852

United Animal Nations established the LifeLine fund in 1997 to aid
companion animals in times of life-threatening emergencies when their
caregivers, with low or no incomes, are unable to afford the entire cost
of treatment.
http://uan.org/ lifeline/ index.html
United Animal Nations
P.O. Box 188890
Sacramento , California 95818
Telephone: (916) 429 2457 fax: (916) 429 2456

Help-A-Pet is a nonprofit organization, which provides financial
assistance for the medical care of pets whose guardians are unable to
afford the expense.
P. O. Box 244
Hinsdale , Illinois 60521
Telephone: (630) 986-9504 fax: (630) 986-9141

Angels4Animals–for pet guardians who find themselves in difficult financial situations.

Brown Dog Foundationhttp://www.browndogfoundation.org/   financial assistance for veterinary emergencies and the treatment of chronic conditions – currently underfunded and can offer help only in TN and IL – go thru application process first – approval is not automatic and vets and owners should not rely on “assumed” approval to start treatment before official decision by BDF

The Capers & Chris Save the Animals Fund–funding up to $1000 to help treat a small animal at TAMU vet school

CareCredit–credit card for healthcare services for people and pets 

The Gracie Foundation–”red cross for dogs” in need; offers financial assistance to any properly licensed not-for-profit companion animal groups with a focus of rescuing dogs

HandicappedPet Help Fund–support for elderly, disabled, and handicapped pets

HandiPets Haven–postings for animals in need

HomeAgain Lost Pet Medical Insurance

IMOM–financial help with non-routine veterinary care

International Association of Assistance Dog Partners–Veterinary Care Partnership Program emergency veterinary fund to provide financial aid to U.S. IAADP Partner Members whose assistance dogs require high cost veterinary intervention beyond their ability to pay

Orthodogs’ Silver Lining–provides access to fundraising resources and makes emergency funds available for exceptional cases

The Pet Fund–provides financial assistance to owners of domestic animals who need veterinary care

Piggers’ Pals: A Foundation of Hope–nonprofit organization that was designed to assist families in need seek specialty level care for their pets

Second Chance Fund–financial assistance to animal welfare organizations responsible for the temporary care of animals as they are prepared for adoption

United Animal Nations Lifeline Grants–and other resources listed on their web site

including national organizations offering assistance

Disease Specific

Diabetes: IMOM Diabetic Pet Fund: http://www.imom.org/diabetic-pets 
Diabetic Pet Fund:

Blind Dogs: IMOM Blind Dogs Fund: http://www.imom.org/funds.bd.htm 

Animal Cancer Therapy Subsidization Society–provides subsidies to dedicated pet owners

Canine Cancer Awareness–financial assistance for dogs needing cancer treatment

Cody’s Club–offset some of the costs related to radiation performed at The Ohio State University (or any other 501C3 treating institution)

Helping Harley Fund–provides cancer treatment grants for working dogs

The Magic Bullet Fund–helps people who do not have the financial resources to provide cancer treatment for their dog

Muffin Diabetic Pets Association–support for individuals with diabetic pets

Smiling Blue Skies Cancer Fund–financial assistance for the advancement of health, health care, and quality of life, for companion animals 

Assistance Dogs

Assistance Dog Partners: http://www.iaadp.org/VCP.html