Low-Cost-Free Veterinary Care

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Colorado-Denver area-

http://cvmf.org/displaycommon.cfm?an=1&subarticlenbr=27

Colorado Veterinary Medical Association
Harrison Memorial Animal Hospital
303.722.5800 ext. 525
Harrison Memorial Animal Hospital
191 Yuma Street
Denver, CO 80223

Beginning Monday, November 16, the new hours for Harrison Memorial Animal Hospital will be as follows:
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, 8:00 AM to 5:00PM
Wednesday and Saturday, 8:00 AM to Noon
Closed Sunday

Established in 1990, Harrison Memorial Animal Hospital provides donor-subsidized veterinary services for pets owned by economically disadvantaged families and individuals. In 2008, Harrison Memorial medical staff provided veterinary care to more than 12,000 sick and injured animals. Harrison Memorial also provides spay/neuter surgeries to the community to help control pet overpopulation, as well as providing discounted spay/neuter surgeries to homeless animals in the care of rescue groups.

Harrison Memorial Animal Hospital Services
• Spay and neuter surgeries, available to the general public.
• Veterinary services to pets of income-qualified clients.
• Spay and neuter surgeries, trauma services,  diagnostic, medical, and surgical services for Denver area shelter or rescue organizations.
• Vaccination and microchipping clinics in low-income neighborhoods.

http://cvmf.org/displaycommon.cfm?an=1&subarticlenbr=67

Harrison Memorial Mercy Fund

Often, individuals without any economic resources seek veterinary care for their animals at Harrison Memorial. To help alleviate turning away any suffering animal, a Mercy Fund has been established. The fund provides fully subsidized veterinary care for animals whose owners have no economic resources to pay for veterinary care.

http://cvmf.org/displaycommon.cfm?an=1&subarticlenbr=66

Harrison Memorial Angel Fund

Harrison Memorial’s Angel Fund allows compassionate individuals to care for their pets even when they cannot afford to do so. The Angel Fund is made possible by donations from caring individuals such as yourself to provide needed veterinary care for pets of those less fortunate.

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Colorado-greater Denver area-

http://www.gingerslegacy.com/

Ginger's Legacy
5312 Piñon Drive
Elizabeth, CO 80107
303·646·8891
Fax-303·646·2043
gingerslegacy@aol.com

The Cartwright Foundation serves the greater Denver/Front Range, Colorado area and helps responsible pet owners with financial assistance for unanticipated medical or surgical costs for their pet(s) when it has been determined that without this assistance, the pet's life or well-being is in jeopardy. The pet owner must pay for the initial $300 of the medical treatment or surgical procedure. The Foundation will pay up to an additional $500 for medical treatment or $1,000 for surgical procedures. The pet owner is responsible for any costs above these amounts.
The Foundation helps qualified pet owners to understand the personal, financial, and post-treatment responsibilities necessary to contribute to the successful treatment for their pet. By working with the pet's regular veterinarian, treating veterinarians, and a veterinary advisory staff, the Foundation helps to provide the crucial treatments that are needed to reach a successful outcome for a pet that has a good prognosis with medical treatment.

Note--the assistance is something the vet treating your pet needs to initiate the application for.  The link below has all of the information and links for paperwork on it.

http://www.gingerslegacy.com/forms/clientApp.pdf

Client Application (to be filled out by you).

Other vet forms are at the link.

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Colorado-Loveland-

Note-this is for cats only.

http://www.duncansplace.org/contact.php

Duncan's Place
742 S. Edinburgh Dr.
Loveland, CO 80537
(970) 214-2233

http://www.reporterherald.com/news_story.asp?ID=26245

Loveland Reporter-Herald December 24, 2009

"Loveland cat rescuer Cathy Campbell knew a very special Santa was bringing her 15,500 pounds of cat food.
But when she saw the nine donated pallets Wednesday afternoon, her first thought was, “Holy snikey.”

"And she thought of all the cats and kittens she could help.

"Some of the cans of wet food will feed the cats and kittens in her home-based rescue, Duncan’s Place. The rest she paid forward to other animal rescues, the Loveland Housing Authority and anyone in need this holiday season.

"To spread the word about the free food, Campbell turned to Craigslist, Facebook, Freecycle and the Reporter-Herald.

"Word spread, and people arrived for food and to help her unload.

"Through Duncan’s Place, she does more than rescue and find new homes. She runs a pet food bank and holds low-cost vaccination clinics. Her goal is to provide resources for healthy pets."

http://www.duncansplace.org/donate.php

Donate to our Vaccine Clinic
The Elizabeth Ellsworth Freeman Memorial Fund was made possible by Lizzie's father, Skip, as a way to honor his beloved daughter's memory.

Through this generous donation, Duncan's Place has established an ongoing, low cost vaccine clinic.

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Colorado-Fort Collins-Larimer county

http://www.fortcollinscatrescue.org/fccr_pal.html

Fort Collins Cat Rescue
2321 E. Mulberry #9
Fort Collins, CO 80524
970-484-1861
spay-neuter@fortcollinscatrescue.org

Note that the organization will provide spay/neuter help for both cats and dogs.

P.A.L. - Prevent A Litter

P.A.L. provides financial assistance for spay/neuter to those who can prove need.  As much as the entire cost of the procedure can be covered or it can be combined with a PUP grant.  For more information about how to apply to the P.A.L. program please contact the Spay/Neuter Clinic before you schedule an appointment.   Funding is dependent on monies available in the P.A.L. fund. 

P.U.P. - Prevent Unwanted Pets

Prevent Unwanted Pets, Inc. is a non-profit, all-volunteer organization dedicated to encouraging responsible care of companion animals. Our primary focus is promoting the importance and benefits of spaying and neutering pets. We provide spay/neuter information to the community and spay/neuter subsidies to people who demonstrate financial need. PUP is a uniquely effective and humane organization because we work to prevent the tragic pet overpopulation problem and its consequences.
 
There is an application form that needs to be filled out to apply for PUP.  You can download the application here:

http://www.fortcollinscatrescue.org/pup-new%20application.pdf

Application link

then fill it out and send it to PUP.  If they accept your application you will receive a certificate that can then be turned in at the Spay/Neuter Clinic.  Please complete the application process before your appointment.

http://www.fortcollinscatrescue.org/fccr_ncfof.html

Northern Colorado Friends of Ferals

The NCFF Program through the Fort Collins Cat Rescue was started in February of 2009 in an attempt to help feral cat colony caretakers get their cats neutered. There are a large number of kindhearted people in Larimer County who feed feral cats. Some manage to trap them and have them spayed or neutered, but many find it difficult, don't have traps, the trapping know-how, or the funds available to pay for the surgery. The NCFF group is comprised entirely of generous volunteer trappers, veterinarians and clinic assistants who give their time once a month to this program. Cats are trapped, transported to the clinic for their surgery, held overnight for observation and returned to their colonies the following day.

Schedule for Upcoming TNR Days:

Feb 28, 2010 - surgeries will be at Larimer Humane Society
March 21, 2010 - surgery location TBD
April 18, 2010 - surgery location TBD

Please contact leslie@edwardshouse.com to get more details, or contact Leslie by phone at 224-1467.

The NCFF mailing address is:
Northern Colorado Friends of Ferals
402 Mountain Ave
Fort Collins, CO 80521

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Colorado-Fairplay-Park county-

http://local.yahoo.com/info-19658495-park-county-animal-hospital-como

http://www.charityblossom.org/nonprofit/south-park-good-samaritan-fund-for-animals-inc-fairplay-co-80440-karen-g-archibald-562472372

SOUTH PARK GOOD SAMARITAN FUND FOR ANIMALS INC
PO BOX 1956
FAIRPLAY, CO 80440
749-836-2260

http://theflume.com/main.asp?SectionID=2&SubSectionID=2&ArticleID=6855

Fairplay Flume February 19, 2010

Animal fund thanks
To the Editor,

"A heartfelt thanks to all supporters of the South Park Good Samaritan Fund for Animals!

"2009 was a very successful year for the Good Samaritan Fund, thanks to the generosity of the South Park community.

"During the year, 85 spay/neuter vouchers of $50 each were provided to pet owners for neutering and spaying their cats and dogs. In addition, 42 pet owners received financial assistance to help pay for surgeries, vaccinations and food for their pets. One dog brought in by Park County Animal Control was also helped medically by the GSF. 

"This community resource is available only because of the generous support of people like you. The Good Samaritan Fund is your organization.  Please continue to donate your time and money to help us grow to help even more pets. Donations and volunteers are always welcome. For information on how to help, contact Kathy at 836-2260 or Park County Animal Hospital at 836-1717. "
Kathy Wilson

President, South Park Good Samaritan Fund for Animals

Fairplay

http://local.yahoo.com/info-19658495-park-county-animal-hospital-como

Park County Animal Hospital
1161 Bullet Rd
Como, CO 80432
(719) 836-1717

This organization helps with both food and medical bills.  Contact either of the numbers for more information if you are in the area and need help.

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