Veterinary Care

Finding and choosing a Veterinarian and paying for veterinary care

Affording Veterinary Care - Helping People Help Pets star[offsite link] is dedicated to insure that no companion animal has to be euthanized simply because it´s caretaker is financially challenged. Since 1998 hundreds of companion animals have been spared from euthanasia or lives filled with pain, with financial aid from IMOM. Hundreds of thousands of dollars have been paid out to veterinarians and pharmacies nationwide.

Tails of Hope Foundation star[offsite link]
Pet owners may, at one time or another, face a major financial dilemma should their beloved animal have a major health crisis or be diagnosed with a disease such as cancer. Limited options do exist for owners who cannot afford to pay for such care. Tails of Hope lists suggestions to consider.

Veterinarian USA Directory star[offsite link]
To find Veterinarians near your home or while on vacation, click on a state name. Get your Veterinary Clinic online too.

Veterinarians - Choosing a Veterinarian star[offsite link]
The worst time to look for a veterinarian is when you really need one, so plan ahead and choose wisely. Look for someone to meet your needs and those of your pet, a doctor who has people as well as animal skills.

What You Can Do If You Are Having Trouble Affording Veterinary Care star[offsite link]
Many pet owners, at one point or another, are faced with unexpected veterinary bills. Veterinary medicine has progressed so far that pet owners have new and often expensive options for the care of their ailing pets. An unexpected medical emergency can present a major financial dilemma for an unprepared pet owner. If your pet incurs major veterinary expenses that you have trouble affording, here´s suggestions from the Humane Society of the United States.

When to Call a Veterinarian star[offsite link]
Though most of us try to be responsible pet owners, sometime its hard to distinguish between life threatening or non life threatening illness of injuries. Many minor injuries or illnesses can be treated safely by the owner However, if signs of inflammation develop or the dog develops a temperature from a wound it would be best to call your veterinarian. Read more ....

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