Financial help with vet bills
The Vancouver Humane Society’s two veterinary assistance programs help companion animals get the veterinary care they need while staying with their loving families.
Answer a few questions to find which program is right for you or click the buttons below to apply.
McVitie Fund: Urgent care for pets
The McVitie veterinary assistance program aims to assist low-income individuals with essential health care issues. Essential health care is considered to be treatment without which the ill or injured animal will die, require humane euthanasia, or cause undue suffering to the pet.
Helping People & Pets in Crisis
Helping People & Pets in Crisis supports the pets of those who are experiencing insecure housing. It provides funding for preventative spay/neuter, vaccines and/or dewormer/flea control.
Give to help animals in need
When a guardian cannot afford emergency veterinary care, they are often faced with the impossible choice of surrendering them to a shelter to get the care they need. Veterinary support is vital to helping animals get the care they need, preserving the important bonds between animals and their guardians, and keeping loved pets out of the shelter system.
These programs are made possible through the support of generous donations. Can you make a gift today to help animals get the care they need while staying in their loving homes?