Aid for Vet Bills

Below is a really good list of sources for financial help for vet bills. I realize having this information in posts makes it easy for it to get buried. This information is too important and too valuable to be lost to everyone.

The Mosby Foundation – www.themosbyfoundation.org 540-939-4035
IMOM – www.imom.org
United Animal Nations – www.uan.org
Pet Samaritan Fund – www.petsamaritan.org
The Pie Fund – www.piefund.org
Rose’s Fund for Animals – www.rosesfund.org
AAHA Helping Pets Fund – www.aahahelpingpets.org
Angels 4 Animals – www.angels4animals.org
Cats in Crisis – www.catsincrisis.org
Feline Veterinary Emergency Assistance Program (FVEAP) – www.fveap.org
Help-A-Pet – www.help-a-pet.org
Labrador Life Line – www.labradorlifeline.org
The Brown Dog Foundation – www.browndogfoundation.org
Diabetic Pets Fund – www.petdianetes.net
Feline Outreach – www.felineoutreach.org
The Pet Fund – www.thepetfund.org
Assistance for cancer/radiation therapy cases:
The Magic Bullet Fund – www.themagicbulletfund.org
Zach Memorial Fund – www.ashleyfund.org
The Perseus Foundation – www.Perseusfoundation.org
Canine Cancer Awareness – www.caninecanerawareness.org
Cody’s Club – www.codysclub.bravehost.com
Land of Pure Gold – www.landofpuregold.com

2 responses to “Aid for Vet Bills

  1. Thank you! This is a really good list that everyone should definitely keep on hand, regardless of whether one has pet insurance or not. Veterinary bills can sometimes add up in the thousands, as can a single surgery and emergencies almost always take place when least expected.

    • I got this list from Cornell University after we began looking at them to do our dog’s surgery. Our problem was we never added the HD rider to our insurance, so when Klaus was diagnosed, ANYTHING and EVERYTHING involved with his hip from here on out would not be covered- not water therapy rehabilitation, not laser pain treatments, not any of his pharmaceuticals, testing, and definitely not his surgery. You live and you learn and all I could do was research and apply and hope. The two we were hopeful for ran out of money. Which has led me to vow to return as a donor to help others in the future. I pass this list along to everyone when I can. As pet parents, we want our dogs to be happy and healthy, just like any parent would. I began this blog as a form of therapy for myself but also to show others there are ways to make it through expensive and scary pet surgeries and bills!

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