Pet Financial Assistance for Pet Guardians

Sometimes vet trips cost a little more than what we expected, but they are very important to the well-being of our pets. Here’s a list of sources pet owners can utilize to support their furry companions.

Before You Begin, here are some tips and limitations:

  • Be aware that few, if any, organizations will pay for ongoing medication that pets will need for extended periods of time.
  • It is unlikely that any one organization or program will pay for expensive procedures in their entirety. So, be sure to contact as many sources as possible. The grants may be very small, but they can add up if you get help from a number of sources.
  • If possible, contact any possible sources of financial aid before procedures are done. Few sources are willing to pay bills for care that has already been provided.
  • Most organizations take applications only through email or web forms on the Internet. If you aren 't computer-savvy, find a friend, relative or neighbor to help you.
  • The inclusion of services, organizations or programs listed here are NOT an endorsement or recommendation. We cannot vouch for these programs, and you should research each program thoroughly before asking for any aid.

Reducing Routine Medical Costs


Help with Pet Food and Supplies

Care Credit

Care Credit takes less than 5 minutes to complete an application and allows pet owners to break down payments into 6 monthly installments. You can apply during your visit where we can assist you with your application or you can apply on your mobile device or computer at: www.CareCredit.com

Care Credit Benefits:

  • Low Monthly Payments 
  • Interest Free for 6 Months
  • No Annual Fee
  • Approves Qualified Applicants in Minutes

Veterinary Assistance Funds

All Valley Animal Care Center and Pet Clinics currently does not have a program to help pet owner's cover their cost of their pets' veterinary bills. However, the following organizations have useful information about paying for veterinary bills and veterinary assistance funds. Click any of the organizations below to go to their website and learn more about their programs. 


The inclusion of services, organizations or programs listed here are NOT an endorsement or recommendation. We cannot vouch for these programs, and you should research each program thoroughly before asking for any aid.

Post-Adoption Medical Needs

All Valley Animal Rescue cannot be responsible for veterinary bills or treatment of an animal after leaving our shelter. If you have questions about the health of animal you adopted from our rescue, please review the health information your were given when you adopted the animal. If you have further inquiries, please contact us 208.287.3100.