Financial Assistance

Financial assistance is available for qualifying clients.  Please see the options below.

FAlink_care_credit_logo.jpgFor The Love Of Paws provides professional discounted veterinary services to low income families.

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FAlink_care_credit_logo.jpgCareCredit is a health care credit card you can use for your pet's exams, medications, vaccines, and more. Apply online, over the phone, or in our clinic. 

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FAlink_UVHSlogo.jpgUmpqua Valley Humane Society is a non-profit 501 (c)(3) that assists people with their veterinary expenses. Please call 541-672-5039 to find out if you meet their criteria.  

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FAlink_SPCA_logoresized2.jpgThe New Beginnings SPCA is a non-profit 501 (c)(3) organization that operates solely on donations and profits from their thrift store and does not receive tax dollars. To apply for a voucher for assistance with spay/neuter costs, please call 541-464-4313.

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FAlink_double_pawprint_small_black.jpgThe Toby Fund of Wolf Creek Oregon, Inc. has grant funds available for dog spay/neuter vouchers. For rural Oregon residents with stated financial needs. (No income review required) Dogs must be family pets. Five minute phone call starts the process.

Please call 541-866-2527 for more information.

  For the Love of Paws, Roseburg OR 541-677-6070


Douglas County Low-cost Veterinary Services (DCLVS) was founded by Julia Russill in 2009 to address the pet overpopulation crisis in Douglas County, Oregon. Their mission is to provide local pets with high quality veterinary care when economic barriers may otherwise prevent pet owners from accessing those services. Please call 541-672-3161 for more information.

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