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Pet Assistance Fund
Financial assistance is offered, as resources allow, to assist with major and specialty veterinary care or behavior modification for pets in danger of losing their homes. We do not provide help with routine veterinary care. Qualified candidates must provide proof of financial need.
Please note, we will not assist with complications due to pregnancy in animals that are intentionally bred. In addition, we do not assist with pets recently adopted. Our mission is to help with pets that have been in loving homes for some time with applicants who can show a history of providing for their companion animals.
Service Animal Aid Fund
HHF is the first organization with a program dedicated to providing veterinary help to medical service and assistance animals and the people who rely upon them. Proof of service/assistance animal status is required. [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 seniors may need additional help with post-surgical care of their pets. SSP provides that help in the form of veterinary technicians who can make house calls to offer a variety of veterinary services. [Offered in Pikes Peak Region only]
Ebby is a very special, former rescue dog who lives with our Regional Director in Durango. He underwent numerous orthopedic surgeries on his hind leg and ultimately had his hipbone removed. Ebby is doing great and out of gratitude for the excellent care he received, a fund was created to help other animals in need of orthopedic surgery.
First Aid Classes
Red Cross certified Pet First Aid/CPR classes are offered quarterly, or you may arrange a private class for groups of 10 or more. The class fee is $55, which includes the class, Red Cross certification, and either a dog or cat first aid book with DVD. This is a combination class that teaches techniques suitable for both species. Attendees may purchase additional books for $17.50 each. Class size is typically limited to 10 students.
If you'd like to attend a class or would like more information about future classes, please contact us at (719) 362-6335 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org