PetPALS of Southern New Jersey is focused on helping seniors and people managing a chronic or terminal illness keep their companion animals healthy and happy for as long as possible. We often receive requests for aid that are outside our service area, services offered, or range of capabilities. For those interested, there are other resources available in New Jersey, including the fine organizations below and others.
ALL PETS LOW COST SPAY AND NEUTER CLINIC
ALL PETS provides low cost veterinary services for in-need pet owners, including rabbit/cat/dog spay and neuter, microchip, fecal test, flea/tick preventive medication, ear cleaning, pain medication, vaccinations and wellness exams. Dental cleanings and extractions are also available. Email your name, address, phone number, pet's name, pet's sex, pet's age, pet's weight, pet's color, pet's breed/type (dog, cat, rabbit) and services needed in an email with the subject line "Clinic" to:
THE WUFF HOUSE
The Wuff House is a Burlington County nonprofit that provides outreach to pet owners struggling with financial, medical and personal emergencies. Their services include:
A mobile pet food pantry
Emergency pet care/boarding
Access to affordable veterinary care
Tripawds' goal is to help financially distressed individuals with the unexpected financial burden of amputation surgery for a dog or a cat.
BooTiki works to keep animals in their forever homes by providing crisis medical care when owners are unable to pay.
RedRover helps animals rescued from disasters or neglect, domestic violence victims seeking safety with their pets, and animals with life-threatening illnesses.
Rose's Fund will financially assist, to the best of their ability, pet owners and Good Samaritans who have an animal with a good prognosis for a healthy life, but are at a financial loss.
Vet-I-Care is a resource for families that can't afford emergency or specialty care for their beloved pets.
INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF ASSISTANCE DOG PARTNERS
Provides information and assistance for people interested in service animals.
The Dogington Post has assembled a long list of national and local resources available to help people pay for veterinary bills, food and other services.