Veterinary assistance

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.

Local organizations

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
(612) 788-2444

Helping Hands for Pets
For Wisc. residents
(715) 781-8505

Little Kitchen Food Shelf
(612) 788-2444

Mission Animal Hospital
A high quality full-service veterinary clinic with a sliding fee scale for clients with limited means.
952-938-1237

The Pet Project
Provides pet food and supplies

United Methodist Church
Vaccination clinic
1st Sunday of the month. 4-7 p.m.
(612) 871-5303

You may also want to call veterinarians in your community to see if they offer discounts or reduced-fee specials.

National organizations

Angels 4 Animals
Program Guardian Angel
(916) 941-9119
staff@angels4animals.org

Canine Cancer Awareness

Cats in Crisis
info@catsincrisis.org

Feline Veterinary Emergency Assistance Program
Owner must be on Medicaid, Medicare, welfare or public assistance program, disability or unemployment
fveap@earthlink.net

IMOM

The Pet Fund
(916) 443-6007

United Animal Nations LifeLine Grants
Personal disaster (flood, fire, domestic violence, etc.) and life-saving veterinary services
(916) 429-2457

The Magic Bullet
Cancer specific assistance

The Mosby Foundation
(540) 939-4035
 

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)]