Pet Related Links and Resources

Financial Assistance

Humane Society’s list of resources  provides both national and state-by-state listing of various organizations, funds, etc. for low/no-cost veterinary care.

Spay/Neuter Animal Network (SPAN)

The Woody James Warren Foundation, Inc.

Dogs On Deployment provides financial assistance to qualifying service members E-6 ranks and below, and non-active veterans on an individual basis. Individuals can apply for grants for routine and emergency care, as well as for costs related to PCS travel with pets.

The Pet Fund provides financial aid for pets who need non-basic, non-urgent care.

Best Friends Animal Society offers a listing of resources by state and breed, as well as for individuals who are disabled or have assistance animals.

Trio Animal Foundation helps shelters, rescues and individuals pay medical bills of homeless pets.

Red Rover helps animals rescued from disasters or neglect, domestic violence victims seeking safety with their pets, and animals with life-threatening illnesses.

Feline Veterinary Emergency Assistance (cats only) is for owners who cannot afford necessary, life-saving veterinary care.

Care Credit offers payment plans for individuals who need help with various types of bills, including veterinary care.

Rose’s Fund offers financial assistance for veterinary bills to pet owners experiencing financial hardship. The animal must have a good prognosis if care is rendered.

Handicapped Pets Foundation donates mobility equipment to pets in need.

Frankie’s Friends helps with the treatment of emergency and specialty medical conditions where the pet would otherwise suffer, be euthanized, or relinquished without proper veterinary care. Grants capped at $500 per pet/household.

Dog and Cat Cancer Fund works with treating veterinarians to assist low-income individuals with cancer treatment for their pets.

Licensing

Ventura County Animal Services Licensing Information

Lost and Found Pets

Humane Society of Ventura County

Santa Paula Animal Rescue Center

Ventura County Animal Services

Military Deployment Assistance

Dogs on Deployment

Military Pet Search Assistance

Pets for Vets

Pet-Friendly Rental Listings

Ventura County Animal Services’ list of pet-friendly rentals in Ventura County . Information on moving and insurance is also provided.

The Humane Society of U.S. tips for renting with pets

Animal Humane Society provides various links to find pet-friendly housing and real estate.

Tips for Pets in Condos and Apartments

Pet Care in Condos and Apartments – includes links to lots of additional helpful articles

Pet Health Insurance

10 Best Pet Insurance Policies

Pet Planning

It is important to think about who would care for your pets in the event of your inability, illness, or even death, and to implement a plan to prevent your pets from ending up in a shelter where their future remains uncertain. These resources from the ASPCA can help you make arrangements for all of your pets.

Safety Tips for Pets When Renovating a Home or Office

Canidae: Home Remodeling Hazards for Pets

Senior or Special Needs Care

Senior Pet Care (FAQ)

International Cat Care: Elderly Cats – Special Considerations

Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine: The Special Needs of the Senior Cat

The Animal Rescue Site: How to Keep Senior Cats Happy and Healthy

The Spruce: Reducing Anxiety in Cats

Recovery Tips

Mission Reunite’s Missing Pet Resources

Pet and Livestock Support and Recovery Resources

Rescues/Shelters

Canine Adoption and Rescue League (C.A.R.L.)

Humane Society of Ventura County

Santa Paula Animal Rescue Center (S.P.A.R.C.)

Ventura County Animal Services

Spay/Neuter/Vaccinations

Mercy Crusade’s Spay & Neuter Clinic

Valley Veterinary Clinic Charitable Non-Profit Corporation

Spay/Neuter Voucher Assistance

Herman Bennett Foundation

Humane Society of Ventura County

Spay/Neuter Animal Network (SPAN)

Simi Valley Non-Profit Spay & Neuter Clinic

Ventura County Animal Services

 

Thank You to C.A.R.L’s website for listing many of these great resources – and thank you to all those who have written in with suggestion for additions!