Resources and Other Helpful Sites
Peak Veterinary Referral Center – www.peakveterinaryreferral.com
Kendra Knapik, DVM, DACVIM (Oncology)
Burlington Emergency Vet Services – bevsvt.com
200 Commerce Street
Williston, VT 05495
Vermont Veterinary Surgical Center
Dr. Paul E Howard, DVM, MS
35 Clay Point Rd
Colchester, VT 05446
HVRS-Veterinary Referral Center – www.hvrs.com
Dr. Louis Phillippe de Lorimier
7415 Boulevard Taschereau
Brossard, Quebec J4Y 1A2
450-656-3660 x 2251
Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University – www.tuftsvets.org
525 South Street
Walpole, MA 82081
VCA Browns Amimal Hospital – www.vcahospitals.com/brown
8 Calkins Ct.
South Burlington, VT 05403
New England Veterinary Oncologist Group – www.nevog.com
MA & NH areas
Portland Veterinary Specialists – www.portlandvetspecialists.com
Blue Pearl Veterinary Partners – www.bluepearlvet.com
Stymie Canine Cancer Foundation – The Stymie Canine Cancer Foundation is a 501(c)(3) Non-Profit foundation which raises funds for families in need of financial support for the cost of cancer treatment for their pet. Cancer is the #1 disease killing pets over the age of 10 years old.
Ashley’s Angel Fund – “Ashley’s Angel Fund Inc. is a nonprofit organization providing monetary assistance for veterinary care to dog owners whose pet is facing a life-threatening condition. By providing financial assistance in time of critical need, Ashley’s Angel Fund seeks to perpetuate the bond that exists between people and their pets.” – North Carolina Residents Only
Brown Dog Foundation – “Offers pet owners in temporary financial crisis an alternative to euthanasia when their pet faces a treatable but life-threatening condition or illness in order to restore quality of life for pet and owner.”
Dog and Cat Cancer Fund – “At the Dog & Cat Cancer Fund we help fight canine and feline cancer. We work directly with veterinarians to help underprivileged owners get treatment for cats and dogs suffering from cancer. We offer grants to help scientists conduct research into the next generation of life saving treatments.”
For the Love of Alex – For the Love of Alex provides emergency funding for life-saving veterinary care of low-income families.
Friends and Vets Helping Pets – Assists families with financial limitations to pay for extraordinary veterinary expenses necessary to save a pet’s life.
Harleys Hope Foundation – Financial assistance is offered as resources allow to assist with major or emergency veterinary care. Qualified candidates must complete the application and live in Colorado.
Joshua Louis Animal Cancer Foundation – JLACF has partnered with Frankie’s Friends, a 501c3 nonprofit organization dedicated to finding cures and helping pets with life-threatening illness, including cancer.
Labrador Life Line – LLL is a 501c3 nonprofit created to help owners or rescues of Labradors Retrievers who are in need of financial assistance. They provide assistance to purebred Retrievers who reside in the USA only.
My Pet Child – My Pet Child is a project where you can find a list of nonprofit organizations and vet hospitals that officer financial support to pet owners who are facing financial difficulties.
The Onyx and Breezy Foundation – The Onyx and Breezy Foundation supports cancer research and assists animals in a variety of ways including medical treatment where hardship is present.
Paws 4 A Cure – The mission of Paws 4 A Cure is to provide financial assistance for canine and feline owners who cannot afford veterinary care for their beloved furry family members otherwise. Paws 4 A Cure is a public, nonprofit organization recognized as tax-exempt under Internal Revenue Code section 501(c)(3). They do not receive any government funding. Paws 4 A Cure relies solely on the support and contributions of individuals who care about animals. Paws 4 A Cure is an all volunteer organization.
The Pet Fund – The Pet Fund provides financial assistance to owners of domestic animals who need urgent veterinary care.
Pets of the Homeless – A national animal organization focuses completely on feeding and providing emergency veterinary care to pets to the homeless.
Pie Fund – The Pie Fund was created to make quality veterinary care available to companion animals in the Northeast when their people cannot otherwise afford it. Focusing on pets with cancer located in the CT, NY and NJ. Grants are made in cases where medical intervention has a good probability of increasing the length or quality of time that people and their animals have together, and where there is genuine financial need.
RedRover Relief – “The RedRover Relief program provides funding to Good Samaritans, animal rescuers and pet owners to help them care for animals in life-threatening situations.”
Riedel & Cody Fund – “The Riedel & Cody Fund (RCF) offers grants and matching grants to families who cannot afford the cost of their pet’s cancer care. Families who apply for grant funding must have a combined household income of less than $50,000 and must have a cancer diagnosis from a Board Certified Veterinary Oncologist.” information provided by Georgia’s Legacy