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Financing Veterinary Care

Wells Fargo
  • Wells Fargo

  • Whether it’s a routine veterinary procedure or an emergency, Wells Fargo can help you to finance the care your pet requires.

Care Credit
Healing Haven Animal Foundation
  • Healing Haven Animal Foundation

  • Primarily funding urgent veterinary care. If you’ve applied for Care Credit you may also be eligible for funding from Healing Haven Animal Foundation whether you were approved or not.

Injured Wildlife Rescue

Save the Animals Rescue Foundation
  • Save The Animals

  • Offering advice on how to manage wild animals in the attic or in garbage receptacles, and how to handle an injured animal. They also provide instructions about containing and transporting an injured wild animal to the vet.

Medical Transportation

Ambuvet
  • Ambuvet

  • 24/7 pet emergency transport service operated by certified veterinary technicians.

End of Life

Regency Forest Pet Memorial Park
  • Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine Hotline

  • Grief counseling services.

  • ASPCA Grief Hotline

  • Grief counseling services.

Missing or Found Pets

Lost on Long Island
  • Lost on Lond Island

  • Here, you can post photos and descriptions of a pet you've lost or found. The creation of this page was inspired by the story of Target, a wonderful dog befriended by soldiers fighting in Afghanistan.

Lost and Found Pet Alerts Long Island
  • Lost and Found Pet Alerts, Long Island (LAFPALI)

  • Run by dedicated animal lovers networking to reunite lost pets with their families.

Quick's Angels
  • Missing Angels (Quick's Angels)

  • Quick is gone but never forgotten. In his memory, this page continues to help people find their lost pets.

Brookhaven Animal Shelter

Pet Poison Ingestion

Pet Poison Helpline
  • Pet Poison Helpline

  • If you believe your pet has ingested a toxic substance, you should contact Poison Control immediately (Hyperlink). The Pet Poison Helpline is your best resource for any animal poison-related emergency, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. You will need to be able to tell them what your pet ingested, how much and when. If you can have the package with you when you call. If they advise any medical treatment, bring the case number that they give you and again bring the package of what your pet(s) got a hold of.

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