My dog was hit by a hit and run driver last week.She has 2 broken hips.I was wondering if you...
know of any place that helps with the vet bill.We had to take out a loan for her over $1300 bill.
Bless you for saving your dog - she will thank you the rest of her life.
Try speaking with your vet, sometimes there are agencies you can approach for help; but, they are relatively unknown. If anyone would know, your vet would.
Speak with your local humane society, they sometimes have funds to help families in need.
There is also a credit card you can apply for that is for medical emergencies like this. I believe it's called the Care Credit Card.
Dorsi is right. There's a credit card that you can use at most vets called Care Credit. You can apply for one online at www.carecredit.com. You'll get an instant approval decision and account number that you can use right away. Also research AAHA as I believe they have a program that vet's can participate with to receive funds for people that can't afford medically necessary treatments.
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