Healthcare financing may also be available to you through Care Credit (www.carecredit.com) or Scratchpay (www.scratchpay.com). Care credit brochures are available in the lobby and our front desk Client Service Representatives can also provide information about these options.
You may elect to reach out to charitable organizations. We are not affiliated with or recommending specific charitable organizations and have simply gathered some links to aid you in your research. Each of these are independent organizations and need to be investigated separately to determine if you and your pet qualify for assistance. Determination of eligibility can take some time and financial awards are not expected to be immediately available.
Please keep in mind as you explore these options that you are responsible for leaving the necessary deposit for your pet’s care and for paying the balance in full at the completion of services or when your pet is discharged from Veterinary Specialty Center of Seattle.
- Brown Dog Foundation (prescription medications)
- Budkis Charbonneau Fund (for low-income seniors within the Puget Sound community)
- Canine Cancer Awareness
- Friends & Vets Helping Pets
- Joshua Louis Animal Cancer Foundation (for pets with cancer)
- Labrador Lifeline (for purebred Labrador retrievers)
- Land of Pure Gold Foundation (for full-time working dogs with cancer)
- Magic Bullet Fund (for pets with cancer)
- The Mosby Fund
- The Onyx & Breezy Foundation
- Paws 4 A Cure
- The Pet Fund
- Pets of the Homeless (pet food and veterinary care assistance for people who find themselves homeless)
- The Riedel & Cody Fund (for pets with cancer)
- RedRover Relief
- Rose’s Fund
You may also wish to visit The Humane Society website (http://www.humanesociety.org/animals/resources/tips/trouble_affording_pet.html) for links to different organizations that may be helpful to your pet’s unique situation.