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Free dental care is not typically available for dogs, but contact your local animal shelter for assistance in finding low-cost clinics. Some animal rescues and shelters offer low-cost dental care at their own clinics. More »

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The ways that seniors can get free dental care include visiting dental schools that have student clinics as well as contacting the state health department in order to find low cost and free dental clinics in their area. ... More »

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The Department of Veterans Affairs only provides free dental care to a small group of veterans. Veterans who are not eligible for free dentistry can purchase reduced cost dental insurance through the VA Dental Insurance ... More »

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Get free neutering for your dogs by checking if the animal care services or animal welfare department of your city has an existing free neuter/spay program for dogs or other domesticated pets. The Humane Society of the U... More »

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Contact your local animal shelter or rescue organizations to ask about free and low-cost veterinary care. These organizations sometimes provide free routine care, such as vaccinations and spay or neuter surgery. More »

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State programs, local dentist societies and dental school clinics are good resources for assistance with dental care costs, according to MouthHealthy. Oral Health America's Tooth Wisdom program offers resources for the e... More »

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To find a vet for someone with a low income, start by calling your local animal shelter to ask them for advice. Although services vary depending on the city or county, many shelters offer low-cost veterinary care in thei... More »

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