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Seacoast New Hampshire

Low Cost Spay/Neuter Programs

Veterinary Care
  • PAWS Veterinary Clinic at UNH Durham. Offers low-cost care to qualifying pet owners during the academic year. Serves qualifying low-income pet owners.  Clients qualify by providing proof of some type of government assistance.  https://colsa.unh.edu/paws-veterinary-clinic

Medication and/or Pet Food Assistance
 
National Organizations

 

  • Bow Wow Buddies. Medical care for dogs that are either homeless or parents who can’t afford to pay their veterinary bills. www.bowwowbuddies.com
     

  • Brown Dog Foundation. Helps bridge the financial gap for medical care for cats & dogs.  www.browndogfoundation.org
     

  • Frankie’s Friends. Focuses on cancer and other life-threatening conditions, including ophthalmic care. www.frankiesfriends.org
     

  • Mosby Foundation. Funds critical medical care, cancer, senior dogs, heart health or spay/neuter. https://themosbyfoundation.org
     

  • Onyx and Breezy Foundation. Will consider a wide range of medical needs. https://www.onyxandbreezy.org
     

  • Paws 4 A Cure. Helps dogs and cats with all illnesses and injuries. www.paws4acure.org
     

  • The Pet Fund. Non-basic, non-urgent care including cancer treatment, heart disease, chronic conditions, endocrine diseases, eye diseases, and more. https://thepetfund.com
     

  • Red Rover.  Small urgent care grants for pets. www.redrover.org
     

  • The Shadow Fund. Emergency care and life-threatening diseases. www.shadowfundne.org
     

  • Waggle. Pet-dedicated crowdfunding for cats and dogs suffering with cancer. www.waggle.org

Donations Directly Support Urgent Pet Care


NH Pet Aid is an all volunteer organization, which means 100% of donations help animals in need of urgent care.  NH Pet Aid grants (limited to $500 per family) are paid directly to the treating veterinarian.

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