Financial Assistance for Pet Care
The organizations and services listed below are not an endorsement or recommendation. The Cedar Valley Humane Society is not affiliated with any of the resources on this list, nor are they familiar with the extent of services, pricing, or availability. We cannot vouch for these programs and you should always check them all out before seeking financial assistance from them.
Individuals and families may apply for a grant for one dog per calendar year. Grants may cover necessary medical treatment for the dog for a one-time scenario. Financial assistance with broken limb repair, amputation, intestinal blockage, caner treatment, other life-altering procedures.
Financial assistance with tumor removal and certain types of chemotherapy.
Financial assistance with veterinary emergencies and chronic conditions.
Financial assistance for veterinary services, medicine, or medical supplies for sick or injured pets.
Financial assistance with non-basic, non-urgent care (cancer treatment, heart disease, etc.)
Financial assistance with veterinary care for illnesses and injury treatment.
Financial assistance with urgent vet care and emergency boarding.
Financial assistance with lifesaving emergency and specialty medical conditions.
Financial assistance with one-time and ongoing diabetes care.
Financing for veterinary care.