Help by Breed

Here are a few websites for groups that provide financial assistance for specific breeds:

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Australian Cattle Dog Rescue, Inc. (ACDRI) financial assistance programfor persons or groups rescuing purebred Australian Cattle Dogs. This major medical assistance is available for expenses which are above and beyond the routine examination, vaccination, spay/neuter, heartworm test and intestinal parasite test expenses.

Akita Rescue Fundfinancial assistance to individuals and/or groups relating to emergency expenses for purebred Akitas who are abandoned, rescued, or waiting at a municipal shelter

Goldstock Fundunds to rescue organizations or individuals to pay for transportation, boarding, evaluations and medical costs of golden retrievers

Keeshond Sunshine Rescue Foundationfinancial assistance for the medical expenses of rescued Keeshonds in foster care

CorgiAid financial assistance to corgis and corgi mixes that are rescued from shelters or are in other non-permanent, foster homes

Boxer Rescue Foundationfinancial assistance for rescued Boxers while in foster care

Chow Chow Welfare Fundfinancial assistance to rescue volunteers to help offset the costs of basic medical services needed to make homeless purebred Chow Chows healthy and ready for

Special Needs Dobermanshelps senior and special needs Dobermans

PYRAMEDIC Trustfinancial assistance for Great Pyrenees’ owners/rescuers in need of emergency medical care

LABMEDmonetary assistance for emergency medical expenses for Labrador Retrievers or Lab mixes who are abandoned or rescued

Labrador Lifelinefor owners and rescuers of Labs in need of assistance

Pit Bull Rescue Centralhelps pits and pit mixes in need

WestieMed helping rescued Westies in need of medical attention

A woman living in an RV with no hook ups for the past 5 years is in CA. She is disabled and receives SSDI.She reached out to Feeding Pets of the Homeless for her 9-year-old male neutered pit-bull, Bubba.Bubba had an ear hematoma that was severe.An intake was completed and homeless verification was provided.His exam was approved at a Partner Animal Hospital. Following the exam, it was determined that Bubba would need surgery to fix the ear hematoma.Surgery was completed and his vaccinations were updated at that time.Feeding Pets of the Homeless contributed $2,000 towards Bubba’s care.Feeding Pets of the Homeless received a generous partnership discount of $1,418.Bubba’s mom reported back to our case manager a few days after surgery and shared that he is doing wonderful in his recovery. ... See MoreSee Less
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