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Resources

Georgia

Spay Georgia

Low cost spay and neuter certificates 

 

Pet Buddies Food Pantry

Atlanta

Ahimsa House

Domestic Violence help for people with pets

LifeLine Animal Project

Atlanta - Low Cost Veterinary Care

Joel Harrison

Scoob and I Dog Training- board & train, 

Online Training, & Private lessons

St. Nick’s Closet

Financial help to animals in Fayette

& Coweta Counties in Georgia

Maryland

Mobile Pet Pantry

Low income assistance: 443-507-6849

Obedient Blue School for Dogs- Dog Trainer

obedientblue@gmail.com

443-377-6919

Lyndsey Morgan- ABCDT Certified Dog Trainer

 

Country Veterinary Hospital- Veterinarian

301-829-0414

 

Knowles Wellness-Pharmacy

301-942-7979

 

Shady Spring Pet Retreat- Groomer

410-795-1957

 

The Green K-9 Urbana- Dog supply store

240-842-9777

Grants for individuals needing monetary assistance for their pets

Red Rover Emergency Vet Grant

$250.00 

 

Frankie’s Friends Fund Grant

No more than $2,000.00

Frankie’s Friends

Hope Fund- Blue Pearl Veterinary Partners

 

Frankie’s Friends

Joshua Louis Animal Cancer Fund

 

Frankie’s Friends

Bond’s Fund- Pets who need specialty eye care

 

Magic Bullet Fund

Help owner’s who have pets with cancer

 

The Pet Fund

Veterinary assistance for pet parents

 

For the love of Alex

Vet. and emergency assistance for pets of low income families

 

The Gwen Fund

Financial assistance to Pet Parents in need

 

Tommy’s Holiday Fund

Vet. & emergency assistance for pet parents- Metro Atlanta

 

AAHA

Questions & Answers from pet experts

 

Brown Dog Foundation

Financial assistance for pet parents

 

FVEAP

Cat information 

 

The Mosby Foundation

Financial assistance for pet parents

 

The Guinness Dunn Foundation

Assistance for pet parents with food, medical, Spay/Neuter

 

The Big Hearts Fund

Financial assistance for pets with heart disease

 

The Onyx & Breezy Foundation

Small grant for pet parents in need

 

Bow Wow Buddies

Helping individual Pet Parents with costs

 

Land of Pure Gold

Provides cancer treatment grants for working dogs

 

Handicapped Pets Foundation

They donate wheelchairs to pets in need

 

Pet Help Finder

A database of assistance for pet parents in all areas

Ways to help cover veterinary expenses

  • Negotiate a payment plan with your veterinarian. If you're a client in good standing, they may be able to work out a weekly or monthly payment plan. Some veterinarians also work with third-party billing services, such as VetBilling, which allow you to pay over time.

  • Get a second opinion. You may pay a consultation fee, but another veterinarian may have other ways to treat your pet that are less expensive but equally as effective.

  • Use a veterinarian in a less expensive area or look for a community or shelter clinic in your area that offers discounted services for animals of the public.

  • Check out local veterinary colleges. Some operate low-cost clinics for limited income clients.

 

Fundraising and temporary credit

  • Ask if your veterinarian accepts Care Credit, a credit card specifically for health care expenses, including for pets. Note: Be sure you understand the repayment terms; often you can repay interest-free within a specific time period, but if you are late with a payment a high interest rate will be applied retroactively.

  • Ask if your veterinarian accepts ScratchPay, a service similar to Care Credit.

  • Some veterinarians accept donations from clients for a fund held in reserve to help other clients in need of financial assistance. Ask if your veterinarian has such a fund.

  • Try a fundraising platform such as GoFundMe, which enables you to create a personal fundraising page.

  • Consider Waggle, a pet-dedicated crowdfunding solution that channels funds directly to verified veterinarians for a pet’s care.

  • Contact local rescue groups and shelters. Sometimes they have funds set up to help with veterinary medical care for families in their community.

 

Rehoming your pet on your own:

https://rehome.adoptapet.com/

 

This is a great resource for people who need to rehome their pet in a responsible way. This option also helps rescues and shelters out by letting the person rehome their pet on their own instead of turning them in to a already maxed out system of rescue. This website is legit and helps to prevent pets from going to a home of someone who has less than desirable intentions for them.

*** PLEASE DO NOT LIST YOUR PET ON CRAIGSLIST OR FACEBOOK***

 Here is the link for the step-by-step guide on the rehome process:

 

https://rehome.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/8873229304603-Your-Step-by-Step-Guide-to-Rehoming-Your-Pet

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