It Takes a Village
These wonderful organizations in our community provide support to assist you with expenses such as pet food, vet care, and spay/neuters or offer temporary resources for those facing house instability.
Pet Food Pantries
These pet pantry resources across the state help people find access to food and other other critical supplies for their pets.
These resources across the state address housing concerns and considerations for pet owners, from pet-friendly housing to temporary housing needs for more urgent situations.
Pet Loss Support
Often times we don’t want to believe that one day we will have to live without our furry friend. But with life, comes death. And even though it’s a decision one never likes to make, it’s by far the most respectful and unselfish thing we can ever do for our babies in the end. But what happens after they are gone? How does one cope? How do you continue to honor and remember them while still moving on? Below you will find some helpful links to ease your grief, to help you cope and to keep moving forwards, while keeping the memories alive.
Ohio State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine maintains a comprehensive list of suggested reading for pet loss, including resources for children.
These resources across the state connect pet owners with low cost veterinary care – from routine wellness, to spay and neuter, and more.
All too often families need to make the heart wrenching decision to surrender a beloved pet with medical needs because the family can’t afford the medical care.
Brown Dog Foundation works with the applicant’s veterinary clinic and the family to find the best, most affordable path to saving the pet and ideally keeping them in their home.