Getting help with veterinary bills

The first step is to ask your animal hospital or private vet whether they offer a payment plan. Your local humane organization or animal advocacy group also may have information about other groups or organizations in your area that assist pet owners with veterinary bills. In addition, if you live in a state that has a large college or university with degree programs in Veterinary Medicine, you may wish to contact the school and department for information about low-cost services they might offer through their programs.

 

The following organizations may be a good resource for other affordable options for veterinary care. The information given below is provided as a courtesy and does not imply the endorsement, recommendation and/or approval of any company or organization. This information is kept as current as possible, and is updated regularly.

 

Care Credit - A credit card company for veterinary care

 

American College of Veterinary Surgeons - (301) 913-9550

 

Hearts United for Animals - (402) 274-3679

 

Red Rover

 

MaxFund - For animals with no known owner

 

Angels 4 Animals

 

Feline Veterinary Emergency Assistance

 

Corgi Aid - Breed Specific

 

Labrador Lifeline - Breed Specific

 

LabMed Rx for Rescued Labs - Breed Specific

 

HandicappedPets.com - Injury Specific

Contact Information:

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