Minnesota law* makes it unlawful for Animal Humane Society to practice veterinary medicine on animals not owned by our organization. Please consider the programs listed below.
Animal Care Foundation
A non-profit organization that provides free veterinary care to blind, disabled or elderly people with limited financial resources.
Companion Animal Ministry
Vaccination clinics, twice per year
Helping Hands for Pets
For Wisc. residents
Little Kitchen Food Shelf
Mission Animal Hospital
A high quality full-service veterinary clinic with a sliding fee scale for clients with limited means.
The Pet Project
Provides pet food and supplies
United Methodist Church
1st Sunday of the month. 4-7 p.m.
You may also want to call veterinarians in your community to see if they offer discounts or reduced-fee specials.
American Animal Hospital Association Helping Pets Fund
Owner must be on food stamps, unemployment, SSI, TANF, Medicaid or temporary financial hardship
The Pet Fund
United Animal Nations LifeLine Grants
Personal disaster (flood, fire, domestic violence, etc.) and life-saving veterinary services
The Magic Bullet
Cancer specific assistance
The Mosby Foundation
Please note: Each organization listed is independently operated and not affiliated with Animal Humane Society unless otherwise noted. Animal Humane Society cannot act as a clearinghouse for such organizations and has no authority over their respective policies, procedures or fee structures.
* [Minnesota statutes § 156.11 and § 156.12 (subd. 1, 2)]
Our mission, vision, and CORE values
Mission: To engage the hearts, hands, and minds of the community to help animals.
Vision: To compassionately and responsibly create a more humane world for animals.
Core Values: Be good to animals. Partner with people. Lead responsibly with compassion.