Quick Answer: What Can I Do If I Can’t Afford A Vet?

Where can I take my sick dog with no money?

Animal Charities

  • PDSA Vet Care. The PDSA have a vet care service that you may be eligible for if you cannot afford a vet.
  • RSPCA Vet Care. The RSPCA also has a veterinary care service dedicated to helping animals in need.
  • Blue Cross Veterinary Services.

Where can I get free veterinary care?

Here are some ways to find less expensive — or even free — vet care.

  1. Look for low-cost alternatives. Alexander Raths / Shutterstock.com.
  2. Try a veterinary school.
  3. Shop around.
  4. Ask your vet for help.
  5. Find a charity.
  6. Look for cheaper prescriptions.
  7. Keep an eye out for specials.
  8. Be proactive to protect your pet’s health.

Do I qualify for free PDSA treatment?

PDSA. To qualify for free or subsidised treatment, pet owners must be in receipt of certain benefits, such as housing benefit or council tax support, and live within the catchment area of a PDSA hospital or clinic. You will need to bring your registration certificate with you to the clinic.

What is a pet assistance program?

The Pet Fund provides financial assistance to owners of domestic animals who need vet care. They also provide information about preventive care, pet insurance programs, and financial services to help prevent future emergencies. There are links for other funding organizations on Pet Fund’s website.

What happens if you can’t pay a vet bill?

If you receive a vet bill that you simply can’t afford to pay, your animal clinic can take your account to collections. Any balance that goes to a collections agency can negatively impact your credit. You may need to seek medical treatment right away to save your pet, and decide to consider your payment options later.

What happens when your dog dies at the vet?

If your veterinary practice is arranging cremation for you then they will keep – or bring your pet’s body back to, in the case of a home euthanasia, or a natural death at home – then at the veterinary practice. Your pet’s body is usually picked up by the crematorium and brought to the facility in their own transport.