VVMA Information

Virginia Veterinary Medical Association

"Preserving and enhancing the quality
of human and animal life through
veterinary medicine"
 

Veterinary Financial Assistance Organizations Summary

  • In Memory of Magic (IMOM)
    1. Contact information: www.imom.org
    2. Available to: sick, injured or abused companion animals whose owners are willing to assist with fund-raising efforts on their pet's behalf.
    3. Assistance: 5 funds (blind dogs fund, diabetic pets fund, chronic renal failure fund, general emergency fund, general fund sponsor). Procedures and guidelines online.
  • Pets D.C.
  1. Contact information:
    201 "O” Street, NW
    Washington, DC 20036-5955
    Phone: 202-234-7387
    www.petsdc.org
  2. Available to: residents of DC who have HIV/AIDS.
  3. Assistance: Provides public health education, exercise, pet foods, veterinary care, grooming, fostering and adoption services.
  • United Animal Nations
    1. Contact information: www.redrover.org
    2. Grant application forms and guidelines available at: www.redrover.org/redrover-relief-grants
    3. Available to: those with recently rescued animals within one month of acquisition, or to low-income or senior citizen animal caregivers.
    4. Assistance: the above clients whose animals have a life-threatening condition that requires specific and immediate veterinary care. Guidelines and procedures online.
  • Feline Veterinary Emergency Assistance Program
    1. Contact information:
      1282 Stabler Lane
      Suite 630-117
      Yuba City, CA 95993
      www.fveap.org
    2. Available to: cat owners whose cats need veterinary care for a life-threatening injury or illness requiring immediate veterinary care with a good prognosis.
    3. Assistance: guidelines online. Veterinarian must extend a discount.
  • Special Needs Dobermans
    1. Contact information:
      ATTN: Steve Martin
      144 Road 2776
      Aztec, NM 87410
      Phone: 505-334-0586
      www.doberman911.org
    2. Available to: people owning Dobermans with special medical needs who are financially constrained.
    3. Assistance: guidelines online. Assists individuals and organizations in fund-raising, re-homing/fostering senior and special needs Dobermans.
  • LABMED
    1. Contact information:
      LABMED, Inc.
      3941 Legacy Drive
      Suite 204, #A115
      Plano, TX 75023
      Phone: 972-208-2470
      www.labmed.org
    2. Available to: rescuers/adopters of labs and lab crosses whose recent rescues are in need of treatment.
    3. Assistance: will help with emergency monies for these dogs. Guidelines online.
  • Pit Bull Rescue Central
    1. Contact information: www.pbrc.net
    2. Available to: shelter organizations, foster care givers, rarely individuals whose personal animals are in need.
    3. Assistance: medical treatment and S/N funding. Guidelines online.
  • WestieMed
  1. Contact information:
    C/O 8415 Canning Terrace
    Greenbelt, MD 20770-2703
    Phone: 877-853-9469
    www.westiemed.com
  2. Available to: owners of Westies or westie crosses who are abandoned, rescued or recently adopted.
  3. Assistance: will assist with non-routine medical expenses for the above dogs. Guidelines online.
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