Susie Spector Foundation Resource Directory

If your pet is in need of veterinary care and you are not financially able to provide that care, there are several organizations that offer financial grants to assist with medical expenses. A partial list of resources can be found below. Also below are some tips on how you, yourself, can raise necessary funds to help pay for your pet’s medical expenses. See our “Fundraising Tips” below.

Note: The listing of groups, clinics and organizations below does not in any way imply endorsement of those entities by the Susie Spector Foundation. Please contact us if you know of an organization to add to this list, or if an organization no longer exists and/or provides assistance so we can update this page.

In addition to the resources listed below, the following organizations also have pages dedicated to providing resources and information for pet owners in need:

The Humane Society of the United States

Best Friends Animal Society

Red Rover

Cornell University – Information on this site helps pet owners to become more familiar with veterinary terms, enabling them to better communicate with veterinary professionals regarding their animals’ condition. The site also offers a directory of veterinary professionals.

The American Veterinary Medical Association – Advice on financial issues and pet care, updates on conditions and diseases, and a list of YouTube videos on animal care, including emergency care.



National Organizations

American Humane: Their Second Chance Fund offers qualified rescue organizations financial assistance in treating animal victims of abuse or neglect.

American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA): Offers animal welfare grants to U.S. based non-profit animal welfare groups, offers low cost spa