Resources

RESOURCES

Revised 12/12/2016

Local, State, National and other resources that might be able to help you with emergency medical funding for your faithful friend as well as Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs), tips and general information.

Local resources

Brooke’s Bed and Biscuit

Hilton Head Humane Association (HHHA)

Palmetto Animal League (PAL) – Norton fund

PAL – Community Clinic

 

State resources

Pet Helpers

Humane Society – SC

 

National resources

Red Rover

Mosby Foundation – Dogs

The Big Hearts Fund

Diabetic Cats in Need

The Dog and Cat Cancer Fund 

Magic Bullet Fund – Assistance is for dogs and cancer treatment fees only.

Paws 4 A Cure – dogs and cats

Roses Fund – pets

Labrador Lifeline

Frankie’s Friends – vet must apply on behalf of client

Feline Veterinary Emergency Assistance – Vaccine Associated Sarcoma (VAS) only

Other Financial Assistance programs

Tips, other support and general information 

CareCredit offers zero interest and low monthly payment options to fund needed medical treatment.
CareCredit provides a lifesaving option for pet owners needing financing for veterinary medical care. For more information, visit CareCredit online.

GoFundMe offers you the opportunity to tell your pet’s story and to reach out online to millions of people who may be able to donate to your cause.

It might be useful for future health problems to investigate pet insurance. Be aware that some programs are for wellness only (e.g., Banfield) and not true insurance programs.  Be sure you understand exactly what kind of program you are buying for your pet. Here are some 2015 reviews:  Consumers Advocate, Pet Insurance quotes and ratings. Note: We are not affiliated with any pet insurance or wellness programs.

Handicapped Pets

Individual Fundraising tools, tips and resources (Red Rover lists)

The Pet Fund  – non-emergency support

Lowcountry Pet Vaccine – date/locations of low cost vaccines

Coupon Chief – Coupons for pets

Why are Vets so expensive?

Pet Food: Recalls and Alerts