The links below are to Foundations that lend financial help for animal care to those in need and tips on how to save on your pet care.

The Pet Lifeline Program - The Pet Lifeline Program was created with the goal of helping sick pets get the medical attention they need. Through our program, we provide pet financial assistance to low-income pet owners who are having trouble paying expensive vet bills. - The purpose of the Pet Fund is to work towards a future where decisions about companion animal medical care need never be made on the basis of cost. recently created a huge guide on "How to Save Money on Pet Care". It’s aimed at pet owners and animal lovers. - Pets Are Loving Support. - To help Good Samaritans, animal rescuers and pet owners meet the cost of emergency veterinary care they otherwise couldn't afford. - Pit Bull Rescue Central - may help with medical costs for Pit Bulls. - Websites in need of medical attention is our Mission. WestieMed, Inc., is an all-volunteer, IRS-recognized non-profit corporation created to distribute financial aid to injured or ill rescue Westies. - May help with labrador medical financial costs. - CorgiAid is a nonprofit organization founded to provide financial assistance to corgis and corgi mixes. We help out those who rescue dogs from shelters or other non-permanent homes, then foster them until a new home is found. Medical and other expenses for these dogs can become high; CorgiAid gathers donations from those who want to help, and, within our funding guidelines, and gets funds to those rescuers who apply for help. - Help for Dobermans. - The Feline Veterinary Emergency Assistance Program is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization that provides financial assistance to cat and kitten guardians who are unable to afford veterinary services to save their companions when life-threatening illness or injury strikes. - New York Only or - For Diabetic Pets Only. 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. - May help with financial support if you qualify

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