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« on: December 18, 2009, 01:29:19 PM »

Virginia-

Note-this is for dogs only.

http://www.themosbyfoundation.org/what.html

The Mosby Foundation
P.O. Box 218
Deerfield, VA 24432

info@themosbyfoundation.org

Our Mission Statement:
The Mosby Foundation is organized exclusively for charitable purposes, to assist in the care of sick, injured, abused and neglected dogs through financial support and public education.

The Mosby Foundation would like to help everyone who asks for aid. However, this is simply not possible. Due to the overwhelming number of applications we receive daily and the limited funds we have to work with, we simply cannot help everyone. Please e-mail us with a brief description of your dog's medical condition and your situation. Our priority for accepting an application for funding will continue to be a life-saving emergency confirmed by a licensed veterinarian either by fax or phone.

Funds pledged will be available for 60 days after the date they were originally pledged.  After that time they will not be available.

To apply for a grant, e-mail
info@themosbyfoundation.org

Please remember we are an ALL VOLUNTEER organization and frequently it will take a while to respond to your request.

The Mosby Foundation is an all volunteer, 501(c)3 non-profit organization specializing in paying medical expenses for sick, abused and neglected dogs. Many of these dogs have been abandoned with  no one to speak on their behalf, or to help them live the lives all dogs are meant to live. Others have owners with limited means for providing adequate medical attention for their pets. Completion of an application requesting financial assistance is required.  Verification of medical need and medical services is made with the attending veterinary hospital.  Each request is reviewed individually to determine the amount of funding the applicant could receive. Payment is made directly to the attending hospital.  The Mosby Foundation also offers the following programs for assistance:  Spay/Neuter fund and Humane Education for elementary schools. 
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« Reply #1 on: December 18, 2009, 01:30:53 PM »

Virginia-Fredricksburg-

http://www.saintseton.com/DONATE.html

Saint Seton's Orphaned Animals
1 Summey St.
Fredericksburg, VA  22406
703-209-4555

saintseton@hotmail.com
PH: 540-752-PETS
FAX: 540-752-6079 


http://www.feedusnow.biz/VeterinaryClinic.html

Veterinary assistance with illness, injuries, spay/neuter, vaccinations, flea/tick/heartworm preventives--assistance with paying for pet medications, transportation for vet visits.  Application is at the link.

http://www.saintseton.com/files/SAINT_SETON.doc

Application for spay and neuter assistance.

The organization serves those with low incomes--seniors, the disabled and homeless.  Contact them for more information.
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« Reply #2 on: December 18, 2009, 01:31:40 PM »

Virginia-Chesapeake-

http://www.chesapeakehumane.org/contact.html

Chesapeake Humane Society
123 N. Battlefield Blvd
Chesapeake, VA 23320
(757) 546-5355


http://www.chesapeakehumane.org/programs.html

Our C.A.R.E. Clinic offers low-cost spay/neuter surgeries to help reduce pet overpopulation in Chesapeake. Other low-cost services include vaccinations, tests, flea and heartworm preventative.

http://www.chesapeakehumane.org/clinic.html

The C.A.R.E. Clinic offers the following low-cost services for cats and dogs.

Spay/neuter surgery 
  • Rabies, distemper and bordetella vaccines
  • FeLV, FIV, heartworm and fecal tests*
  • De-worming and earmite treatment*
  • Microchips and registration
  • Flea and Heartworm Preventative

All surgeries require a vet appointment. Vaccines are performed on a walk-in basis from 11am-12:30pm on varying days. Call 546-5355 to make an appointment or to get the vaccine clinic schedule.


http://www.chesapeakehumane.org/documents/Clinic%20Price%20List.pdf

Clinic price list.
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« Reply #3 on: December 18, 2009, 01:32:13 PM »

Virginia-Franklin-Southamption Counties-

http://www.pacconline.org/display_page.php?i=4

Partners Among Cats & Canines
P.O. Box 1133
Franklin, VA 23851
757-562-0202

pacc@pacconline.org

Mobile spay/neuter clinics are coming to Franklin/Southampton County on a regular basis. They offer low cost spay/neuter, vaccines, and flea preventative.

Call 562-0202 for more information!


http://www.pacconline.org/index.php?category=49

Animal Birth Control Clinic comes to Boykins, Franklin, and Emporia on a regular basis to offer low cost spay/neuter, discount vaccinations, heartworm preventative, microchipping, and other veterinary services.

$50.00 Dog Spay/Neuter

$30.00 Cat Spay/Neuter

FREE To Those That Qualify

Call 757-943-7430 to schedule an appointment Or Toll Free 1-800-566-9768.


http://www.pacconline.org/display_page.php?i=3

PACC is a small non-profit spay/neuter program run entirely by volunteers. We started in July of 99' and have since assisted in over 2000 spay/neuters. To find out more information about our spay/neuter program please click here http://www.pacconline.org/index.php?category=6

A few of the other things we do include:

Supplying financial assistance with emergency care cost


Education in our local schools

Free consultations for any home that is experiencing behavioral issues with their pet. 

Limited resources to help strays and unwanted animals. To see what pets we are currently assisting please visit our pet list. Please remember we are not a shelter, all of our animals we help are in foster homes.

http://www.pacconline.org/index.php?category=29

Financial Aid for spay/neuter application information at link.
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« Reply #4 on: December 18, 2009, 01:32:43 PM »

Virginia-Loudoun County-

http://www.loudoun.gov/Default.aspx?tabid=1174

Department of Animal Care & Control Loudoun County
39820 Charles Town Pike
Mailstop #66
Waterford, VA 20197
Eastern Loudoun:
703-777-0406
Western Loudoun:
540-882-3211
Fax: 540-882-3984

animals@loudoun.gov

CARE: Companion Animal Resource Effort

C.A.R.E is dedicated to providing pet owners in need with financial assistance, goods, and services to enhance the quality of life for their companion animals while keeping pets in loving, caring homes.

C.A.R.E. was created to provide assistance to citizens of Loudoun County who are elderly, seriously ill, injured, or in a situation where they cannot afford to care for their pet.

The goal of C.A.R.E. is to assist individuals in keeping and caring for their beloved companion animals.

programs are available to residents of Loudoun County. Documentation of financial need is required for some programs.

C.A.R.E. programs include:

S.N.A.P. (Spay Neuter Assistance Program) provides financial aid for spay/neuter surgery to individuals who would otherwise be unable to afford to have their pets altered. Applicants must show proof of financial need.

Medical Assistance gives financial assistance to individuals whose pets are in need of medical care. Applicants must show proof of financial need.

Habitat for Pets provides free dog houses and other necessities to improve the ways pets are housed. Applicants must demonstrate a need for assistance based on current pet housing.

Animeals provides donated pet food to Loudoun County residents in need. Applicants must show proof of financial need.

In Home Pet Care provides temporary assistance for people who are in a situation (illness, injury, etc.) where they can not care for their pet. Includes help with meals, dog walking, litter box cleaning, etc. Applicants must show need for temporary help.

How to Apply for Assistance:
Applications can be obtained from the Loudoun County Animal Shelter, or are available online.


http://www.loudoun.gov/controls/speerio/resources/RenderContent.aspx?data=222a7de88f7e40fb8b7717409272de87&tabid=306&fmpath=%2fCARE

Care application link.

For more information, call 703-777-0406, or e-mail animals@loudoun.gov for more information.
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« Reply #5 on: December 18, 2009, 01:33:32 PM »

Virginia-Virginia Beach-

http://vbspca.com/modules/vbspcainfo/item.php?itemid=3

Virginia Beach SPCA
3040 Holland Road
Virginia Beach VA 23453
(757) 427-0070


The VBSPCA Veterinary Clinic serves households earning $42,000 or less per year, and you will be asked to provide proof of income before services are delivered. Exceptions are made to this policy on a case-by-case basis if you can prove that you simply cannot afford treatment elsewhere. Because of the overpopulation of pets, our clinic only serves animals who have been spayed or neutered or who have an appointment to be altered.

The clinic offers low-cost spaying and neutering, wellness visits and vaccines, and illness visits and treatment. If you qualify financially, you may contact the clinic directly to make an appointment at
clinic@vbspca.com or by calling our clinic message line at 739-9306.

The clinic is located at 3040 Holland Road in Virginia Beach, adjacent to the shelter.

Clinic hours currently vary based on staffing and demand levels. Please contact
clinic@vbspca.com for appointment availability.

http://vbspca.com/modules/vbspcainfo/item.php?itemid=2

Clinic pricing link.

http://vbspca.com/modules/vbspcadonate/item.php?itemid=12

HOPE Program Offers Help To Those In Need
 
The Virginia Beach SPCA is implementing a temporary program called Help Out Pets Everywhere (HOPE).  It will provide help with:

Dog and cat food,
Clinic services,
Other services as determined.

The HOPE program will help people with pets who are having a hard time making ends meet.  The economic downturn has affected everyone, some more than others.  People who meet eligibility requirements (i.e. unemployment statement, food stamp eligibility, or foreclosure notice) can receive pet food and limited veterinary services. “We want to help people keep their companion animals during economic crises” said Sharon Adams, Executive Director, for the Virginia Beach SPCA.  “We trust that by helping people through a tough time we can offer hope to families who feel as if they are losing everything, including their furry best friends.”   

The Virginia Beach SPCA is partnering with Farm Fresh and our donors to provide bags of dog and cat food to families struggling to feed their families and their pets.  The Virginia Beach SPCA Clinic will waive office visit fees for eligible families if their animal becomes ill or injured and needs care.  Other services will be developed as we learn what families need to get through this crisis with their family pets.  Amy McNally will be the central point of contact for the HOPE program at the Virginia Beach SPCA and can be reached at 427-0070 Ext. 13.  People wishing to be considered as a HOPE recipient, should call for an appointment.
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« Reply #6 on: December 18, 2009, 01:34:09 PM »

Virginia-Charlottesville area-

http://voicesforanimals.org/contact.php

Voices for Animals
PO Box 4466
Charlottesville, VA 22905
434-979-1200

info@voicesforanimals.org

http://voicesforanimals.org/feralcats/snclinics.php

Our free feral cat spay/neuter clinics are held at the Charlottesville-Albemarle SPCA and run completely by volunteer veterinarians and animal lovers in our community. Clinics are offered periodically throughout the year. Clinic spaces fill up quickly, and reservations are required.

Confirmed 2009/2010 Clinic Dates

December 12 January 9 January 30 February 13 February 27Clinic Time Table
Intake: 7:30am-9am
Pick up: 3pm-4:30pm

Clinic Location
Charlottesville-Albemarle SPCA
3355 Berkmar Drive, Charlottesville

To make a clinic reservation, please call 434-979-1200 or email info@voicesforanimals.org Reservations are required.

Clinics are equipped to handle up to 100 cats, but these spaces fill up quickly. If you fail to get a reservation, please check out our spay/neuter certificate program.


http://voicesforanimals.org/feralcats/sncertificate.php

In addition to our scheduled spay/neuter clinics, which are held seven times a year, Voices for Animals operates an ongoing subsidized spay/neuter certificate program for feral cats with the generosity and participation of local vet clinics.

Feral cat caretakers in our service area can purchase certificates for $25 per cat (or $10 per cat in cases of financial hardship or when large numbers of cats are involved).

Spay/neuter certificates are issued during our trap loan/return and training sessions. Click here for a list of upcoming dates.[
url]http://voicesforanimals.org/feralcats/traps.php[/url]

Each certificate covers spay/neuter surgery and routine vaccinations (rabies and distemper) for one feral cat at a participating veterinary clinic.

Individuals who haven't trapped with us before must first attend a training session to purchase certificates and borrow traps.
Please call 434-979-1200 or email
info@voicesforanimals.org for more information.
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« Reply #7 on: December 18, 2009, 01:34:42 PM »

Virginia-Culpeper-

http://www.adoptculpeperpets.org/Contact_Us.html

Humane Society of Culpeper
P.O. Box 1224
Culpeper, Va. 22701
540-727-7554


The Humane Society of Culpeper coordinates transportation to a few local clinics which offer low-cost spay/neuter opportunities for the community.

Pets must be pre-registered for the program. Preference is given to Culpeper County residents and slots are filled on a first-come/first-served basis. All pets must be in individual, appropriate sized carriers (no wire kennels). Carriers may be borrowed from the Humane Society of Culpeper for the transport itself (as available).

Proof of a current rabies vaccination must be brought to the clinic, otherwise, a rabies vaccination will be administered (to be paid by the animal's owner).
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« Reply #8 on: December 18, 2009, 01:35:33 PM »

Virginia-Pulaski County-

http://www.pchsva.org/index.html

Pulaski County Humane Society
P.O. Box 1046
Dublin, VA 24084
(540) 674-0089

pchsva@gmail.com

http://www.pchsva.org/aid.html

FINANCIAL AID
PCHS works with low-income citizens in our community to provide aid for spay and neuter and emergency medical treatment.

We may be able to help you with the following:

medical exams (does not include annual "check-ups")
spay/neuter surgery
other surgeries or emergency procedures (amputations, tooth extractions, bloat surgery, wound care, etc.)
prescriptions
euthanasia

PCHS does NOT provide assistance for vaccinations or grooming. All services except Spay and Neuter are limited to Pulaski County residents only. Don't see your need on this list? Just contact us.

To receive financial aid, an Aid Application must be completed and emailed to
pchsva@gmail.com or turned in at our office in the Pulaski County Animal Shelter and Humane Education Center for approval. Once your application is approved, we will contact you.

http://www.pchsva.org/forms/aidapplication.doc

Financial Aid Application link.

http://www.pchsva.org/spay.html

SPAY & NEUTER INFO
We at the PCHS feel that we have an obligation to ensure that animals within our county receive proper and humane care. Therefore, we should strive to significantly reduce the number of animals euthanized and born unwanted.

As part of an effort to meet this goal, the PCHS encourages spaying and neutering through education on overpopulation. We also coordinate the following spay/neuter services in our community:

We work with local veterinarian offices who offer discount services for low income families residing in Pulaski County.
We coordinate and book appointments each month on the for our in-house Spay Clinic, where local vets perform surgeries at the shelter.

To apply for these services (or any other financial aid), an Aid Application must be completed and emailed to
pchsva@gmail.com or turned in at our office in the Pulaski County Animal Shelter and Humane Education Center.

http://www.pchsva.org/forms/aidapplication.doc

Aid application link.
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« Reply #9 on: December 18, 2009, 01:36:07 PM »

Virginia-Richmond-

http://www.ral.org/contact/

Richmond Animal League
11401 International Drive
Richmond, VA  23236
Phone: 804-379-0046
Fax: 804-378-7507


http://www.ral.org/news/3372/

During the Chesterfield County Board of Supervisors meeting on Wednesday, November 18, 2009, Richmond Animal League (RAL) presented the committee with a proposal to partner with Chesterfield County Animal Shelter to provide transportation and low cost spay/neuter surgeries for their cats and dogs prior to adoption. RAL’s presentation was in response to a request by county officials to provide such services. The surgeries would take place at RAL’s Loving Spay + Neuter Clinic adjacent to their shelter by Chesterfield Town Center. This partnership would be the first step in creating a no-kill community in Chesterfield.

In September, RAL announced the upcoming opening of their Loving Spay + Neuter Clinic – a low cost/high volume spay neuter clinic located in a facility housed on their property. Funds were raised to launch and sustain the clinic through private donations and a substantial grant from PetSmart Charities, Inc. The clinic is expected to be operational within the next four to six weeks. The clinic’s services will be offered to any pet owner, humane group or municipal shelter without geographic restrictions.

Please call Richmond Animal League for further information regarding when the clinic will be open.
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« Reply #10 on: December 18, 2009, 01:36:37 PM »

Virginia-Richmond-

http://www.richmondhero.com/MainFrame.htm

Richmond HERO
P.O. Box 7586
Richmond, VA 23231
(804) 788-HERO (4376)

info@richmondhero.com

http://www.richmondhero.com/What/What.htm

Hero is a 501(c)3, nonprofit organization operated by volunteers and financed solely through donations from the community.
Hero works to increase the level of awareness of the public in general, regarding the need to spay or neuter animals.

We provide financial assistance for spaying or neutering of pets for low-income families.

We promote awareness of adopting pets from local area shelters throughout the community.

Please contact them for more information.
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« Reply #11 on: December 18, 2009, 01:37:09 PM »

Virginia-Northern Virginia-

http://www.spay.org/

Spay, Inc.
P.O. Box 100220
Arlington, VA 22210
Phone: 703-522-7920
Fax: 703-521-2677

Spay, Inc., a program of the SPCA of Northern Virginia, provides low-cost spay/neuter referrals for dogs and cats in Northern Virginia. We are not a veterinary clinic, but will provide you with a Control Number so you can schedule a low-cost spay/neuter at one of our participating animal hospitals or clinics.

Everyone qualifies to participate in the Spay, Inc. low-cost referral program - there are no income or residency requirements. If you don't live in the Northern Virginia area and need information about spay/neuter programs in your city or state, please click here
http://www.spay.org/links.html

To obtain a low-cost spay/neuter referral in the Northern Virginia area, simply fill out the online request form. We will answer any questions you have about the program and help you select a participating veterinary hospital or clinic in your area.

http://www.spay.org/request.php

Online request form link.

You may also contact us by email, phone, or fax. Please include your name, address, daytime and evening phone numbers, the best time to reach you, and details about your pets (breed, age, gender).

Staff are available to assist you Monday-Friday between 9am-4pm.
If no one is available, please leave a message and your call will be returned during regular business hours.


Email: spayrequest01@spay.org
Phone: 703-522-7920
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« Reply #12 on: December 18, 2009, 01:37:56 PM »

Virginia-Harrisonburg-Rockingham County-

http://www.spayandneuterclinic.org/

Shenandoah Valley Spay & Neuter Clinic
910 N. Liberty Street
Harrisonburg, VA 22802
Tel: 540-437-1980
Fax: 540-437-1982

info@spayandneuterclinic.org

http://www.spayandneuterclinic.org/v.php?pg=14

Aidan's Friends Fund

Established in 2005, the fund was inspired by a dog named Aidan and the people who rescued him. The fund subsidizes the cost of spay/neuter surgeries for Harrisonburg and Rockingham County dogs whose guardians could otherwise not afford the procedures.


http://www.spayandneuterclinic.org/v.php?pg=15

The Clinic offers free spay/neuter surgeries for Pit Bulls and Pit Bull mixes residing in Harrisonburg and Rockingham County, VA.  To take advantage of the program, please call the clinic to schedule an appointment. To receive a free spay/neuter surgery, the dog must be your personal family pet.

http://www.spayandneuterclinic.org/v.php?pg=3

Clinic services include vaccinations, flea/tick treatments, ear cleaning, nail trims, some lab testing and microchipping in addition to spay and neuter.
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« Reply #13 on: December 18, 2009, 01:38:26 PM »

Virginia-Franklin County-

http://www.petfinder.com/shelters/VA29.html

Franklin County Humane Society Inc.
P.O. Box 298
Boones Mill, VA 24065
(540)489-3491

danene@plannedpethoodrockymount.com

Spay Neuter Assistance Program
The Franklin County Humane Society received a $15,645 grant to neuter 312 pets of qualified low income Franklin County residents. The Humane Society’s Planned Pethood Clinic has spayed/neutered over 29,500 animals as part of its goal to stop pet overpopulation.

Applicants for this Spay Neuter Assistance Program (S.N.A.P.) will be required to provide proof of Social Services eligibility and a photo id with proof of Franklin County residency. Applicants will be charged $10 for the neuter & rabies vaccine. The $10 fee will be put back into the S.N.A.P. program to “spay it forward” to provide an additional 79 neuters for a total of 391 neuters.

The first round of appointments will be limited to one cat and one dog per family. Applicants are asked to call the Humane Society’s Planned Pethood Clinic at (540)489-3491 to schedule an appointment.

Planned Pethood Low Cost Spay Neuter Clinic
Our Planned Pethood Low Cost Spay Neuter Clinic is located at 18401 Virgil Goode Highway ( Highway 220) just north of Rocky Mount, VA. Please call us at 540-489-3491 to schedule an appointment.
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« Reply #14 on: December 18, 2009, 01:39:54 PM »

Virginia-King George County-

http://www.kgarl.org/index.php?option=com_wrapper&view=wrapper&Itemid=98

King George Animal Rescue League
P.O. Box 1003 
Dahlgren  VA  22448-1003 
1-888-542-7582

List of area low-cast spay and neuter clinics in the area with cost averaging about $40.
If, after you contact each of the low cost clinics for pricing information, you find you are unable to afford the surgery fees, the King George Animal Rescue League may be able to help. KGARL is thrilled that we are able to provide spay/neuter services to members of King George and surrounding counties. The volunteers of KGARL work hard to raise money and obtain grants for spay/neuter funding. If you contact us for help, please realize that every dollar you can pay toward the alteration of your pet is money we can use to help someone else!

By Email or Fax (Your Fastest Option)

Email the following information to spay@kgarl.org or fax it to 888-542-7582:

Your full name
Address
Phone Number
Preferred Clinic (Waldorf MD, Charlotte Hall MD or Fredericksburg VA)
Name of Pet
Gender of Pet
Breed of Pet
Weight of Pet
Age of Pet
Special Considerations (Is the pet in heat or pregnant? Is the pet heartworm positive?)
Annual Household Income before taxes (Proof may be requested)
How many adults in your household?
How many children in your household?
How many animals in your household?
How much money are you willing/able to contribute toward the surgery? If none, why?

By Phone
Call 1-888-542-7582 and press 1
Leave the same info as requested above
Please be patient as we get a lot of phone calls and have a limited number of volunteers to return them
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