Financial Resources

Help For You

While we wish we could, Church of Pug does not fund veterinary care for privately owned dogs or dogs in other rescues. We realize, all too well, the costs of providing needed or emergency care for your pet, but our financial resources are limited and only can be used on the dogs in our care. Below is a listing of local, regional and national organizations which may be able to assist you in this time of need.


Line of Credit

Offering special financing and low monthly payment options to pay for veterinary care. Find out instantly if you are approved and start using your account immediately.

Aid for Pets

National Organizations

For pet owners whose pet faces a treatable life-threatening condition

For shelters and rescues, to help senior dogs

Provides financial aid for vet work for pet owners

For pet owners who can't afford vet care

For pet owners who can't afford vet care, focusing on seniors and offers low cost spay/neuter programs throughout the US

Local Financial Resources

We hope this list helps and do our best to keep it up to date. Please be kind if you encounter a broken link or clinic that no longer provides services.

People for Animal Care and Kindness
People for Animal Care & Kindness (P.A.C.K.) is a 501(c)(3)  non-profit organization dedicated to promoting the welfare of animals by providing funds for veterinary care, food and supplies to animals in need.

Seattle/King County Humane Society Pet Project
They offer various support in diverse ways to keep families and pets together.

Budkis Charbonneau Living Memorial Fund – no website.
Assists low-income seniors with emergency veterinary care. (425) 226-7285

Cody’s Club– A support group/information site for dogs with cancer.

Concern for Animals
Offers financial assistance to qualified pet owners in Thurston, Mason and Lewis Counties.

Rainier Animal Fund
RAF works to ensure access to veterinary care by providing low cost and free veterinary care to qualifying families in Western Washington.

Jimmy’s Fund
Jimmy’s Fund is a partnership between Kitsap Humane Society and local veterinarians. They offer financial assistance to pet owners in need in Kitsap County and certain areas within Mason, Jefferson and Pierce Counties.

Ginger’s Fund
They offer a variety of ways to help families with pet care needs that reside in Jefferson County.

International Association of Assistance Dog Partners
A non-profit, cross-disability organization representing people partnered with guide, hearing and service dogs.

Second Chances for Blind Dogs
Providing halo harnesses to keep blind dogs safe.

Friends & Vets Helping Pets
They assist families with financial limitations to pay for extraordinary veterinary expenses necessary to save a pet’s life.

The Magic Bullet Fund
Provides assistance when a family is unable to pay for cancer treatment

The Mosby Fund
Offering hope and financial assistance to qualified canine pet parents.

Onyx and Breezy Fund
Assist pets of individuals where medical hardship is present and help the dogs of veterans suffering from PTSD

Paws 4 a Cure
Financial assistance throughout the United States to those who cannot afford veterinary care for their beloved furry family members.

Pet Assistance Inc.
PAI financially helps longtime pet owners who have always cared for their pet, yet find they cannot afford an emergency problem.

Pets of the Homeless
Resource center for pet food assistance, wellness clinics, and emergency veterinary care.

Red Rover
Provides temporary emergency sheltering, resources, financial assistance and emotional support when animals and people are in crisis.

A free crowdfunding platform that lets you quickly and easily create a free fundraising page for your personal care.

Live Like Roo Foundation (Dogs w/Cancer)
Assists pets and their families through cancer diagnoses.

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