Veterinary Care Expense Assistance

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    Taxonomy Code: PD-9000.9000

    Programs that pay the veterinary expenses, including prescription costs, of people who cannot afford to make the payments themselves and whose pets would otherwise be unable to receive necessary medical care. Also included are programs that provide vouchers which enable eligible individuals to obtain veterinary care including prescriptions for their pets.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Low-Cost Spay/Neuter and Veterinary Services - Routt County Humane SocietyOffers low-cost spay/neuter services, spay/neuter vouchers to use at local veterinary clinics, and reduced-cost veterinary services to pet owners who qualify based on income.Routt CountyRoutt County Humane SocietyRoutt County Humane Society
    Peace, Love, and Paws - St. Barnabas Episcopal ChurchProvides a once-monthly free veterinary clinic for the homeless and indigent on the first Thursday of every month from 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. Check-in begins at 8 a.m. and pets will be seen on a first-come, first-served basis, with occasional need to triage sicker pets first. Animals serviced include dogs, cats, small mammals, and exotic pets. Services include: - Veterinarian exams - Vaccines - Proof of vaccine certificates - Medications, if needed - Medically necessary grooming services only - Pet food and supplies Denver CountySt. Barnabas Episcopal ChurchSt. Barnabas Episcopal Church
    Pet Care Program (9025 Grant St) - Senior HubAssists residents over the age of 55 with their pets. Offers in-home assistance with walking, bathing, brushing and cleaning pets. Emergency pet food and help with veterinary bills is also available. Adams County9025 Grant St - Senior HubSenior Hub
    Spay and Neuter Services - Humane Society of Pagosa SpringsAdministers a variety of programs to assist with the spaying and neutering of pet animals in the community. All sterilization procedures are performed by local private veterinarians. To participate in any of these programs, contact the Humane Society. Fix-It-Free - Provides a limited number of FREE spay/neuter vouchers each month to qualifying residents of Archuleta County. The vouchers are given out on the first day of the month on a first-come, first-served basis starting at 10:00 a.m. Income Limits: Household of 1 = $20,000 or less Household of 2 = $25,000 or less Household of 3 = $30,000 or less Household of 4+ = $35,000 or less Spay Aid - Is a non-qualifying spay/neuter program. A limited number of vouchers are given out on the first of each month on a first-come, first-served basis starting at 10:00 a.m. This program is to help the Pet Owner with the cost of spaying or neutering their pet, encouraging them to have their pet altered. The coupon is good for the amount noted on the voucher you receive and must be used within thirty days. You may take the voucher to any Veterinarian in our area. Voucher amounts: Female Cat = $50.00 Male Cat = $40.00 Female Dog (under 50 lbs) = $130.00 Male Dog (under 50 lbs) = $80.00 Female Dog (over 50 lbs) = $140.00 Male Dog (over 50 lbs) = $90.00 Mother's Aid - The Humane Society will provide a free spay voucher to any pet owner with a female dog or cat that has had a litter. The Humane Society will also accept the litter, have the offspring sterilized and find adoptive homes for them. Feral Cat Program - This program pays for the sterilization and inoculation of feral cats. Feral cats are not stray domestic cats; they are cats that grow up with limited human contact, are very wary of people, and have effectively become part of the local wildlife. Call for more information on any of the above listed programs.Archuleta County465 CLOMAN BLVDHumane Society of Pagosa Springs
    Spay & Neuter Assistance - Montrose Animal Protection AgencyMontrose Animal Protection Agency (MAPA) provides financial assistance to help pay the cost to spay or neuter pets. Vouchers for financial assistance are available at various veterinary clinics and animal hospitals in Montrose, Olathe, Norwood, Paonia and Hotchkiss. Call or go online to see a full list of available animal health agencies to contact for more information. Individuals seeking financial assistance are still responsible for some of the surgery cost and all other costs. When the surgery is complete, individuals will pay the vet directly for all costs not including the MAPA portion.Montrose CountyNo Physical AddressMontrose Animal Protection Agency

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