Unfortunately, ACCT Philly is not able to provide low-cost veterinary services for pet owners. Rather than surrendering your pet to the shelter for euthanasia, we would like to provide you with some alternatives. We are unable to treat severely ill or injured animals in our shelter. All sick or injured pets will be assessed by our veterinary staff. If your pet is very ill or severely injured and we are unable to find a rescue group immediately, your pet may be humanely euthanized.
Low Cost Vet Hospitals and Clinics
- PAWS 2900 Grays Ferry Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19146 ◆ 215-298-9680 ◆ Send Mail
- PAWS Northeast 1810 Grant Ave., Philadelphia, PA 19115 ◆ 215-545-9600 ◆ Send Mail
- PSPCA 350 E. Erie Ave., Philadelphia, PA 19134 ◆ 215-426-6300 ◆ Send Mail
- Providence Animal Center 555 Sandy Bank Road, Media, PA 19063 ◆ 610-565-1370 ◆ Send Mail
- Dutton Road Veterinary Clinic 10901 Dutton Road, Philadelphia, PA 19154 ◆ 215-331-2968 ◆ Send Mail
- Emancipet 575 Adams Ave., Philadelphia, PA 19120 ◆ 267-774-4901
- Girard Veterinary Clinic 2806 W. Girard Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19130 ◆ 215-232-0931 ◆ Send Mail
- The Bridge Clinic 2820 Old Lincoln Highway, Suite 1A, Trevose, PA 19053 ◆ 215-639-3333 ◆ Send Mail
- Pet Health Center 3365 Frankford Ave., Philadelphia, PA 19134 ◆ 215-739-6401 ◆ Send Mail
- The Spayed Club 800 Chester Pike, Sharon Hill, PA 19079 ◆ 484-540-8436 ◆ Send Mail
- Women’s Humane Society 3839 Richlieu Road, Bensalem, PA 19020 ◆ 215-750-5252 ◆ Send Mail
- VIP Pet Care Locations Vary
- Animal Welfare Association of New Jersey 509 Centennial Blvd, Voorhees, NJ 08043 ◆ 856-424-2288 ◆ Send Mail
Organizations Willing to Help Pay for Veterinary Care
These organizations may be able to help you afford regular or emergency veterinary care for your pet.
- Sam’s Hope: Provides assistance for low income families in Philadelphia.
- The Pet Fund: Non-basic, non-urgent pet care
- Brown Dog Foundation: Medical care for pets
- The Mosby Fund: Medical Assistance for dogs
- Harley’s Hope: Elderly and disabled owners
- The Dollar Club: Severe and emergency cases
- For the Love of Alex: Life-saving medical care
- The Binky Foundation:
- Paws 4 A Cure: Dogs needing medical treatment
- Rose’s Fund: Pets with life-threatening illness or injury
- Red Rover: Urgent Care
- vet-i-care: Emergency or specialty care
- Magic Bullet Fund: Dogs with Cancer
- The Big Hears Fund: Animals with Heart Disease
- Labmed: Labradors only
- Emeka’s Fund: Provides financial assistance to families who cannot afford to privately euthanize their terminally ill pet
Ways to Raise Money to Afford Veterinary Care
- Talk to your vet about your options.
- Raise funds using online tools such as Pet Chance, YouCaring, GoFundMe, GoGetFunding, FundRazr, or GiveForward.
- Create a Community Page on Facebook.
- Apply for a loan through Care Credit, a credit card specifically intended for health expenses or veterinary care. (Please read the terms and conditions before applying.) You should also talk to your vet about iCare, an alternative service credit card with 0% interest that your veterinarian must apply for.
- Check with a rescue.
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In addition, none of the content on ACCT Philly’s website or in communications from ACCT Philly representatives is intended to constitute veterinary advice or any other advice of a professional nature. You should always consult your own veterinarian, dog behaviorist or other applicable professional for advice before making important decisions about your pet. Never disregard medical or professional advice, or delay seeking it, because of advice provided by ACCT Philly representatives. You should also ask your veterinarian to assist you in interpreting any behavioral advice provided and in applying the information to your individual case.