Their love is unconditional
Pets are family, too! Can you imagine having to give up a sibling or parent because they needed care that you couldn’t afford? Well, that happens every day with pets and their people – people who are retired, have lost their jobs, are facing life’s challenges – and just need a little help to protect the special bond they share with their pet. Harley’s Hope is here to assist during those difficult times. We do this because at Harley’s Hope, we believe their love is unconditional.
We’re here to help in tough times
Temporary COVID-19 services available immediately
Keeping pets & people together
We at Harley’s Hope offer a variety of services designed to help keep pets in their existing homes. Our core services are financial assistance with major veterinary care, emergency foster care, and additional help for seniors and their companions.
Everyone needs a little help sometimes
If you have a pet in your life, you may find yourself in need of help at some point. Safety net agencies, like Harley’s Hope, exist specifically to provide that support. We do not do pet adoptions, we are not an animal rescue or shelter – we provide programs to keep your pet in their home. Why is this important? Besides preserving that amazing human-animal bond, too many animals continue to lose their homes every year, roughly 1 million alone due to their persons’ financial challenges. Rather than see these pets become homeless and add to the millions of pets entering the shelter system each year, we choose instead to focus on preserving existing relationships.
Happy pets make happy people
Birdie & Donna
Foster care saves a cat’s life
Life saving back operation
Dragon & William
Emergency help for ailing dog
The stories vary, but the smiles are all the same. When we’re able to keep people with their pets, they both thrive.
Lulu & Sergio
Assistance for hip surgery
Oliver & Aide
Emergency foot surgery for mini poodle.
Asteria & Nicole
Fee back payment reunites pet and human
Keep Pets & People Together
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Emergency surgery saves a pig’s life.