Our grant program assist low-income families (income verification required) and other eligible pet parents who meet our grant guidelines.
Pet Parents will AUTOMATICALLY qualify for a grant up to $500 if you receive and provide proof for any of the following government subsidies:
* Healthy Canines provide finanical assistance for illnesses, injuries, medication, and medical equipment only.
*Healthy Canines does not provide financial assistance for vaccinations, spaying/neutering, heartworm preventative, flea/tick preventative, routine dental care, routine veterinary care or euthanasia.
* Healthy Canines cannot assist with charges incurred prior to approval of application.
* Healthy Canines only provides financial assistance up to $500. No one is guaranteed $500; grants vary based on the number of applications pending and available funding.
Healthy Canines Inc. does not discriminate against breed, age, or diagnosis. Healthy Canines Inc. reserves the right to deny funding to anyone for any reason.
Steps to the Application Process:
1. Read our Frequently Asked Questions prior to applying for assistance. Most, if not all of your questions should be addressed on the FAQ page.
2. Complete the online grant application.
4. You grant permission for Healthy Canines to use photos and information about your pet for promotional purposes. We require a photo so we can share it with current donors to thank them for their support and with future donors to encourage them to make additional donations. Please visit our Pups We’ve Helped page to see how your photo and story will be shared. You agree and will provide a current photo of your pup.
Once all of the required documentation is received from you and the treating veterinarian, Healthy Canines will start the application review.
If your required documentation is not received within 72 hours of your online application, the application will be closed. You will have to reapply for assistance.
If the application for assistance is approved:
Documents can be sent either by you or by your veterinarian, using one of the following methods: