Rating: 4.76 stars 17 17 reviews 350
2747 14th Street Sacramento CA 95818 USA
Thousands of animals are sent to shelters and euthanized each year, many because of treatable medical conditions. Often animals are put down or suffer needlessly because their owners cannot afford expensive surgery or emergency vet visits. Companion animal owners must often make the difficult decision to put an animal down or neglect urgent medical needs because of the costs involved. The purpose of the Pet Fund is to work towards a future where decisions about companion animal medical care need never be made on the basis of cost.
The Pet Fund has helped thousands of pet owners find access to veterinary care funding to treat companion animals in need of medical care.
Direct beneficiaries per year:
pet owners fund need medical care for their companion animals.
Geographic areas served:
the United States
financial assistance for needed veterinary care.
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The Pet Fund is amazing. I received funds today for our beloved Pointer Mix that we will put towards future chemotherapy treatments that we could no longer afford. They are compassionate, caring and professional and have allowed us help our pup continue her battle and keep enjoying life.
Thanks for helping out my cat Buddy with his chemotherapy. He is a trooper and is doing great. Thanks again for all the help and for being there.
Our family dog is getting knee surgery with your grant help. Lily (the dog) says thank you too!
My dog Bear has lymphoma and is getting help with his medical costs. Thanks for helping out with Bear, and he is doing great.
Thank you for helping with our dog's luxating patella surgery. The grant we received was a huge help, and we look forward to Molly's mobility improving.
My Chihuahua has cancer and is getting chemotherapy. Our family is low income and this is very hard for us and very expensive. We got a grant to help with our dog and getting treated. Thank you very much again! From Teresa Alvarez and family.
Our dog needed knee surgery and we couldn't afford the whole surgery cost. Thanks again for helping out with the vet bills. She has a long road to recovery but she is doing much better. Thanks for helping her stay with the family.
Our dog has cancer and needs chemo. The bills were more than we could pay and we would have had to put our dog down. Thank you for helping us to keep our dog and help with her cancer vet bills.
I am incredibly fortunate to be a volunteer for The Pet Fund. For the last 12 years I have been working with worried and concerned pet parents, helping them with the long term
health needs of their pets that are beyond their ability to pay. While I absolutely love helping pet owners get the care their pets need, I am so glad that I also have the opportunity to talk with them and help set their minds at
ease. When people call, it’s at a very stressful time in their life, and I understand that. And when the worst happens, we are able to direct grieving pet parents to grief
counselors. And to be honest, I cry with them. I wish we could help every animal, but more resources are needed to cover the many pets who need help around the country.
Working for The Pet Fund has made such a difference in my life. Volunteering for The Pet Fund has been the perfect opportunity for me to teach my kids about giving back to
society, and about the importance of caring for pets responsibly.
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Thank you for helping with my dog's cancer expenses. This means a lot to my family.