We understand that many people are having difficulty taking care of their animals due to lack of housing or animal medical issues. Like most non-profits rescues, we can only take care and provide medical treatment to so many animals. Below is a list of some agencies, rescues and non-profits that might be able to help you out. We suggest you call them and see what they can offer. Good luck and God bless. We will continue to update this information.?
The Sam Simon Foundation?
30765 Pacific Coast Hwy #113
?Malibu, CA 90265
Mobile Veterinary ?
Mobile Clinic / Spay & Neuter Program??
Office: 323-549-5300 (Free Spay / Neuter Appointments)
AIF supports spaying/neutering your pet as a way to help reduce pet overpopulation
A state-wide referral network/database to connect people throughout the State of California with participating programs and veterinarians offering low cost spay/neuter services. www.spaycalifornia.org
LA Animal Services - has information about adoptions, low cost clinics and other useful information for the pet owner
Found Animals - has an extensive list of low cost spay/neuter clinics
Four Legged Friends Foundation - Look for the link called, "Another Sunny Day Fund" for more information about their programs.
Actors and Others For Animals - has programs for spay/neuter and financial assistance for medical issues
Animal Medical Assistance Fund - offers financial assistance on a limited basis
Red Rover focuses on bringing animals out of crisis and strengthening the bond between people and animals through a variety of programs, including emergency sheltering, disaster relief services, financial assistance and education
IMOM - We are dedicated to insure that no companion animal has to be euthanized simply because their caretaker is financially challenged.??
Angels 4 Animals - non-profit organization and a program of Inner Voice Community Services, has a mission to serve as the guardian angel of animals whose caretakers find themselves in difficult financial situations.??
AAHA Helping Pets Fund - the first and only companion animal veterinary association — launched the AAHA Helping Pets Fund in 2005 to help those in need access quality veterinary care for sick or injured pets.??
Care Credit - is a credit card company that is accepted at many veterinaries
Here are two articles that discuss whether vaccines are appropriate for your dogs.
If you know of any other organizations out there that can help pet owners, please send us the information. Thanks.