Veterinary and Financial Assistance

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Local Organizations

Kings Canyon Veterinary Foundation

Kings Canyon Veterinary Foundation offers financial assistance for animal companion medical care to eligible individuals and families.
Website: kingscanyonveterinaryfoundation.com
Address: 4696 E Kings Canyon Road, Fresno, CA 93702
Phone: 559-251-8482


Halo Café-Fresno County’s Pet Food Pantry

This pet food pantry exists to serve low-income families, elderly and homeless community members in an effort to keep pets with their people and out of the already overcrowded shelters.
Website: halocafe.org
Phone: 559-HALO-717
Email: info@halocafe.org 

Local Low Cost Spay & Neuter, Vaccines, Microchip & Wellness

HOPE Animal Foundation

Fresno Humane Animal Services

HOPE Animal Foundation

Website: hopeaf.com
5490 W. Spruce Ave, Fresno, CA 93722, Phone: 559-271-0209, Email: info@hopeaf.com

Valley Animal Center

Fresno Humane Animal Services

HOPE Animal Foundation

Website: valleyanimal.org
3934 N. Hayston, Fresno, CA 93728, Phone: 559-233-8706
Email: clinic@valleyanimal.org

Fresno Humane Animal Services

Fresno Humane Animal Services

Fresno Humane Animal Services

Website: fresnohumane.org
760 W Nielsen Ave, Fresno CA 93706
Phone: 559-600-PETS (7387)
Email: Info@fresnohumane.org

Valley Oak SPCA

Central California SPCA

Fresno Humane Animal Services

Website: vospca.org
9405 West Goshen Avenue, Visalia, CA, 93291
Phone: 559-741-1121
Email: info@vospca.org 

Central California SPCA

Central California SPCA

Central California SPCA

Website: ccspca.com
103 S. Hughes Ave, Fresno, CA 93706
Phone: 559-233-7722

National Organizations

Red Rover

Paws 4 A Cure

Paws 4 A Cure

Website: redrover.org
Preserving the human-animal bond by providing financial assistance, resources and support to low-income individuals.


The RedRover Relief Urgent Care grant program helps animals who need urgent and emergency veterinary care. The typical grant is around $200, and is intended to fill a small gap in funding that is keeping an animal from care.

Paws 4 A Cure

Paws 4 A Cure

Paws 4 A Cure

Website: paws4acure.org
Paws 4 A Cure is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping families that are in need of non-routine veterinary financial assistance for their dog or cat. Paws 4 A Cure does not discriminate against breed, age, or diagnosis.


The maximum assistance available from Paws 4 A Cure is up to $500. This is a one-time grant.

The Pet Fund

Paws 4 A Cure

The Pet Fund

Phone: 916-443-6007
Email: info@thepetfund.com
Website: thepetfund.com/for-pet-owners
The Pet Fund assists owners in covering medical costs beyond the normal expenses of vaccination, spay & neuter surgeries, food and routine veterinary care. Eligible pet owners can apply for a one-time grant.

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Care Credit

Scratchpay - Simple, pet friendly payment plans.

Scratchpay - Simple, pet friendly payment plans.

Website: carecredit.com/vetmed
We offer veterinary and pet financing to help keep your most cherished family members in top shape.


CareCredit is accepted through a national network of more than 200,000 healthcare providers and health-focused retailers

Scratchpay - Simple, pet friendly payment plans.

Scratchpay - Simple, pet friendly payment plans.

Scratchpay - Simple, pet friendly payment plans.

Website: https://scratchpay.com

Find a payment plan for immediate pet care at thousands of clinics. Scratchpay provides pet parents with simple friendly payment plans.

Online Fundraising: YouCaring

Scratchpay - Simple, pet friendly payment plans.

Online Fundraising: YouCaring

Website: youcaring.com/c/pet-fundraising
Get help for your pet through animal fundraising.

Service dogs

Financial Assistance for Service Dogs

For Veterans with an Eligible Service Dog

For Veterans with an Eligible Service Dog

California Department of Social Services

Website: cdss.ca.gov/Assistance-Dogs

The Assistance Dog Special Allowance (ADSA) program provides a monthly payment of $50 to eligible persons who use a guide, signal, or service dog to help them with their disability-related needs. The allowance is to help pay the costs of food, grooming, and health care for the dog.

For Veterans with an Eligible Service Dog

For Veterans with an Eligible Service Dog

For Veterans with an Eligible Service Dog

Department of Veteran Affairs-Service Dogs

Website: prosthetics.va.gov/psas/Guide_And_Service_Dogs_Frequently_Asked_Questions_FAQS.asp

If it is determined that you are eligible for a service dog, the VA will pay for veterinary care and the equipment (e.g. harness and/or backpack) required for optimal use of the dog.