Find low-cost veterinary resources and financial assistance with veterinary care.
In addition to researching the resources below, you may also want to call veterinarians in your community to see if they offer discounts or reduced-fee specials.
Full-service, low-cost facilities
Animal Humane Society Veterinary Centers
Low-cost spay, neuter and specialty surgeries, wellness services, and dental care for cats, dogs, and rabbits belonging to families with limited means or nonprofit rescues and shelters
Access Veterinary Care
Located in Crystal, MN, Access Veterinary Care provides exceptional veterinary care in an approachable, affordable, accessible way.
Mission Animal Hospital
A high-quality, full-service veterinary clinic with a sliding fee scale for clients with limited means
Affordable full-service veterinary clinic in Chaska and Richfield
Other local resources
3 Pound Cats
Discounted in-home veterinarian assistance for seniors living in the metro area.
A Rotta Love
Offers spay/neuter assistance for Pit Bulls and Rottweilers in St. Paul and Minneapolis.
Companion Animal Ministry
Vaccination clinics offered twice per year
Helping Hands for Pets
For Wisconsin residents
Little Kitchen Food Shelf
A no-boundaries, no-restrictions food shelf serving Northeast Minneapolis and beyond
Midwest Animal Rescue & Services
Located in Brooklyn Park, low-cost vaccine clinics
Minnesota Spay Neuter Assistance Program (MnSNAP)
Affordable and accessible spay and neuter services
People and Pets Together
Located in South Minneapolis, People and Pets Together provides pet food and supplies
Petco Vetco clinics
Low-cost pet vaccine clinics offered at PetCo stores throughout the state
United Methodist Church
First Sunday of the month, 3–6 p.m.
Brown Dog Foundation
For qualified applicants that require life-saving treatment/medication
Provides financing options for treatments and procedures that typically are not covered by insurance
Feline Veterinary Emergency Assistance Program
Owner must be on Medicaid, Medicare, welfare or public assistance program, disability or unemployment
Works directly with veterinarians, does not accept funding requests directly from pet families
My Pet Child
Lists additional national and local organizations that provide financial assistance for veterinary bills.
Onyx and Breezy Foundation
Medical treatment for hardship
Paws 4 a Cure
Provides financial assistance to qualified families throughout the United States
Provides emergency animal sheltering, disaster relief services, financial assistance, and education
Shakespeare Animal Fund
Assistance for qualified applicants (elderly, disabled, below poverty guidelines) with pet emergencies
The Dog & Cat Cancer Fund
Grants for pets diagnosed with malignant cancer for qualified individuals
The Pet Fund
Dedicated to funding veterinary care for pet owners who can't afford it
The Magic Bullet
The Mosby Foundation
Assists in the care of critically sick, injured, abused, and neglected dogs through financial support and public education
United Animal Nations LifeLine Grants
Personal disaster (flood, fire, domestic violence, etc.) and life-saving veterinary services
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.