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Washington State Financial Aid Programs

The Rainier Animal Fund -
Medical grants available to assist with individual veterinary care on a case-by-case basis. Qualifying applicants may be low income, seniors, disabled individuals, or people at risk of abuse and entering a shelter.

Oliver's Fund -
The Furry Faces Foundation provides financial assistance for individuals unable to provide medical care, unexpected veterinary bills, food, vaccines, and other needs.

The Budkis Fund -
Assists low income seniors and their pets in the Puget Sound area by providing monetary assistance for emergency veterinary care.

The Good Samaritan Fund -
This fund is used to provide treatment through Washington State University's College of Veterinary Medicine to assist clients that cannot pay for care due to circumstances beyond their control.

Concern for Animals -
Provides voucher assistance for spay and neuter surgeries, and other medical care needs in the Thurston, Mason, and Lewis county areas.

PAWS of Bainbridge Island and North Kitsap -
Provides low income families with emergency financial aid for veterinary expenses.

Jimmy's Fund -
Kitsap Humane partners with local veterinarians to offer financial assistance to pet owners facing uncharacteristic veterinary bills or nonstandard veterinary care in the Kitsap, Mason, Jefferson, and Pierce counties.

Gingers Fund -
Olympic Mountain Pet Pals partners with select veterinarians in the Port Townsend and Chimacum areas to provide financial assistance for emergency medical treatment, for animals whose owners cannot afford to pay for all or part of the necessary services.

Oregon Fiancial Aid Programs

Good Neighbor Vet -
Good Neighbor Vet is a mobile veterinary clinic that travels to different grocery stores and retailers throughout the Portland-metro area. Good Neighbor Vet can provide routine care such as vaccinations, deworming, flea treatment, and micro-chipping at a very minimal cost, and with no exam fee. Good neighbor Vet does not provide treatment or examinations for ill or injured pets. Call for more information. (888) 234-1350

Luv My Pet -
Luv My Pet is a mobile veterinary clinic that travels to different Petco locations throughout the Portland-metro area. Luv My Pet can provide routine care such as vaccinations, deworming, flea treatment, and micro-chipping at a very minimal cost, and with no exam fee. Luv My Pet does not provide treatment or examinations for ill or injured pets. Call or email for more information. Email (503) 557-1740

Portland Animal Welfare Team (PAW Team) -
The PAW team helps homeless and low-income people to keep their companion or service pets healthy and fed. PAW Team is a unique non-profit organization that impacts two related social issues: homelessness and animal welfare. PAW Team programs currently include: monthly veterinary clinics, message phone help-line, chronic care management for long-term medical conditions, and educational resources. Please see website for more information. Clinic Address: 1718 NE 82nd Portland, OR 97220. (503) 206-6033.

The Pixie Project -
The Pixie Project is a non-profit urban animal adoption center and low cost spay, neuter and surgery clinic. The Scott Wainner Pixie Care Clinic can provide a variety of veterinary services for low income and homeless pet owners and requires that all animals seen get spay and neutered if they are not already. The clinic operates 1-2 times each week and is by appointment only. Much of The Pixie Care Clinic screening is done through a partnership with PAW Team. For more information email Or call 503-542-3432.

National Financial Aid Programs

The Brown Dog Foundation -
Helps to bridge funding gaps when families have a sick pet that is likely to respond to treatment, but are unable to afford care.

Cody's Club -
Funding helps to offset the cost of radiation treatment for pets with cancer.

Dylan's Hearts -
Provides financial assistance to families struggling to pay for veterinary care of companion animals.

Frankie's Friends -
Provides financial assistance grants to family owned pets in need of lifesaving emergency or specialty veterinary care whose caregivers cannot afford the full cost of treatment.

The Handicapped Pets Foundation -
Donates wheelchairs to pets in need.

Hearts United for Animals -
Assists with emergency medical cases when funding allows.

Help-A-Pet -
Provides financial assistance to pet owners who are unable to afford the cost of veterinary services, medicine, or medical supplies to a sick or injured pet.

Joshua Louis Animal Cancer Foundation -
Dedicated to finding cures and helping pets with life-threatening illnesses, including cancer.

Land of Pure Gold Foundation -
Provides grants to assist with cancer treatment of active working dogs (assistance, detection, search & rescue, enforcement, military work, or animal-assisted therapy).

Magic Bullet Fund -
Provides financial assistance for cats and dogs with cancer.

The Mosby Foundation -
Provides financial assists for dogs in need of critical care.

The Onyx & Breezy Foundation -
Provides funding to support individuals facing medical hardship, dogs of veterans suffering from PTSD, food, medicine, supplies, and more.

Paws 4 a Cure -
Provides financial assistance throughout the United States to those who cannot afford veterinary care.

Pet Assistance Inc. -
Provides financial assistance for urgent or life-threatening emergencies.

The Pet Fund -
Provides financial assistance to owners of domestic animals in the United States who need veterinary care.

RedRover Relief -
Provides financial assistance, resources, and emotional support to pet guardians struggling with economic hardship when pets are in life-threatening situations.

The Shakespeare Animal Fund -
Helps elderly, disabled, or low income families obtain emergency and lifesaving veterinary care.

Tipper and Squirt Care for Cushing's Fund -
Provides financial aid to families who are struggling to pay medical costs associated with the diagnosis and treatment of Cushing's disease.

The Tripawds Amputation Surgery Assistance Program -
Provides financial help with veterinary expenses related to amputation for their dog or cat.

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