Resources to help you learn how to best care for your pet
In today’s pet world, there is an abundance of experienced and informative resources available to help you train your pet with the use of non-violent and positive techniques. Along with attending local dog training workshops, checkout websites for national humane societies, and all pet magazines on the market have training tips and articles to help make self-training less stressful and enjoyable for both you and your pet.
We have listed several resources for financial assistance:
- Protect your pet with pet insurance to help offset veterinarian costs.
- Setting up a personal savings plan to cover medical costs.
- Check with your local and state humane societies for any possible assistance.
- The Humane Society of the United States has listed National organizations that provide financial assistance to pet owners in need.
- East Idaho Spay/Neuter Coalition
- The Big Hearts Fund: financial assistance for the diagnosis and treatment of canine and feline heart disease
- Brown Dog Foundation: prescription medications
- Canine Cancer Awareness
- The Dog & Cat Cancer Fund
- God's Creatures Ministry Veterinary Charity
- Joshua Louis Animal Cancer Foundation: Under the JLACF's bylaws as approved by the IRS, grants can only be provided for pets under the care of a board-certified veterinary oncologist.
- Magic Bullet Fund: cancer-specific
- The Mosby Fund
- The Onyx & Breezy Foundation
- Paws 4 A Cure
- The Pet Fund
- Pets of the Homeless: pet food and veterinary care assistance for homeless
- The Riedel & Cody Fund: support for pets suffering with cancer
- RedRover Relief
- Rose's Fund
- Shakespeare Animal Fund
- Top Dog Foundation "Bentley Grant": for senior dogs (age 10 and over; breed taken into consideration when determining what is "senior")