The following links are examples of support resources available to owners of companion animals.
InfoDog or MB-F are the premier producers and managers of dog shows in the United States. The link is to an interactive web site dedicated to the sport of dog shows.
The Cat Fanciers’ Association is the world’s largest registry of pedigreed cats.
The Riedel & Cody Fund is a community of caregivers that provides support for people whose beloved pets are suffering with cancer.
Save an Angel is dedicated to helping owners whose dogs have been diagnosed with lymphoma, the most common of canine cancers. The organization also provides funds to NC State University’s Canine Bone Marrow Transplant Unit.
The Kovu’s Fight/ Cardiology Pet Assistance Fund provides information, aid for owners who have pets with heart disease and who are patients of the Cardiology Service at the Randall B. Terry, Jr. Companion Animal Veterinary Medical Service.
The AAHA Helping Pets Fund seeks to improve the lives of pets and works with veterinary practices accredited by the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) to identify pets in need.
Rose’s Fund is a tax exempt public charity organized to provide financial assistance to appropriate pet owners.
Angels 4 Animals supports animals whose caretakers find themselves in difficult financial situations.
Brown Dog Foundation offers pet owners an alternative to euthanasia when the pet faces a life-threatening but treatable condition.
Feline Veterinary Emergency Assistance provides assistance to cat or kitten guardians who are unable to afford veterinary services that would save the pet.
Help a Pet provides assistance with veterinarian bills for pets of the physically and mentally challenged, the elderly on fixed incomes, and children of families that have difficulty in paying pet care costs.
The Mosby Foundation assists in the care of sick, injured, abused, and neglected dogs through financial support and public education.
The Shakespeare Animal Fund assists seniors, disabled, and those with incomes of $23,000 or less obtain emergency pet care.