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Pet Assistance Fund
Financial assistance is offered, as resources allow, to assist with major or emergency veterinary care and behavioral or specialty training. Routine veterinary care is offered only through the Service Animal Aid Fund and our annual Because We Care Pet Fair held each summer. Qualified candidates must complete the application for assistance found under the Applications tab and submit with proof of financial need.
Please note that in veterinary cases, HHF funds are for treatment only. We do not cover the cost of diagnosing medical issues, so candidates must have already received a diagnosis, treatment plan, and survival prognosis of fair or better to qualify. This program is offered nationwide as resources allow.
Service Animal Aid Fund
HHF is the first nonprofit to offer an assistance program for medical service and assistance dogs that does not restrict funding based on geographic location, diagnosis, or type of services the animal provides. Proof of financial need and proof of working dog status is required. Candidates may apply for help with major or emergency veterinary care or routine care such as annual vaccinations, licensing, etc. This program is offered nationwide as resources allow.
Senior Services Project
The vast majority of HHF clients are senior citizens or disabled individuals with animals in need of care. We acknowledge that some of our clients may need additional help with post-surgical care for their pets. The SSP provides that help in the form of volunteers who can make house calls to assist with dispensing medications, basic wound care, and transportation to and from veterinary appointments. Hands on assistance is available in the Pikes Peak Region only.
Short Term Foster Care
HHF offers short-term (one month or less) foster care for animals living with people who are temporarily unable to care for them because of emergency situations such as hospitalization, evacuation during natural disasters, or loss of housing. This assistance is offering as space allows in the Pikes Peak Region only.
Pet First Aid/CPR Training
In an effort to make sure pet parents are equipped with the knowledge and skills necessary to provide a lifetime of pet care, HHF offers low-cost Red Cross Pet First Aid/CPR classes in the Pikes Peak Region. Classes are scheduled based on public demand, usually on a quarterly basis. The fee is $55 which includes the class, a Red Cross certificate good for life, and either a dog or cat first aid book with DVD. This is a combination class that teaches techniques for both dogs and cats.
For information on upcoming classes, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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