From the Heart Rescue does not fund veterinary care for privately owned animals or animals in other rescues. We realize, all too well, the costs of providing needed or emergency care for your pet, but our financial resources are limited and only can be used on the dogs in our care.
Below is a listing of local, regional and national organizations which may be able to assist you in this time of need.
For pet owners whose pet faces a treatable life-threatening condition
For shelters and rescues, to help senior dogs
For pet owners and rescues
Provides financial aid for vet work for pet owners
For pet owners who can’t afford vet care
For pet owners who can’t afford vet care, focusing on seniors and offers low cost spay/neuter programs throughout the US
For IIADP assist
Financially assist pet owners and Good Samaritans who have an animal with a good prognosis for a healthy life, but are at a financial loss
Assistance for caretakers of disabled pets
Helps to bring affordable spay and neuter services, wellness services, and emergency and surgical care to pet owners who otherwise would not be able to afford even the most routine and essential veterinary visits
Leading cat advocacy organization; various programs
Has a list with 12 additional resources
Magic Bullet Fund (MBF) provides financial assistance for canine cancer treatment only when the family is financially unable to provide treatment.
If you are struggling and need assistance to provide your dog with cancer treatment you are encouraged to download an application for financial assistance. You need to have a confirmed cancer diagnosis from your veterinarian to have the application reviewed.