Options for veterinarian care for low-income families include resources such as PetPlan, Care Credit, Assistance Dogs Special Allowance Program, Shakespeare Animal Fund and The Pet Fund, according to the Tree House Humane Society and the Humane Society of the United States. These organizations offer funds to low-income pet owners.
Additional organizations can be found on the websites of the Tree House Humane Society, the Humane Society of the United States, and the Alamo Area Partners for Animal Welfare. Each organization that offers veterinary care to low-income families has its own requirements that must be met in order to receive funding. For example, the Assistance Dog Special Allowance Program is geared towards pet owners who live in California, are disabled and own a service dog. The program is designed to help these pet owners with the routine care of their service dog.