PetAid Care Grants
Supplementing veterinarians' charitable care for underprivileged pets
Care Grants provide funds to supplement a veterinarian’s charitable care for animals of disadvantaged populations. A primary goal of the Care Grants is to keep the human-animal bond intact by resolving medical issues that will restore the animal’s health.
The Care Grant is a last-resort financial option intended to support a one-time surgical or medical intervention for an animal with a good to excellent prognosis. Without such emergency funding, an otherwise treatable animal might be unnecessarily euthanized, relinquished, and/or endure excessive suffering.
At this time, grants are only being provided for animals in Archuleta, Logan, and Morgan Counties, Colorado. PetAid Colorado will continue to seek financial support so that Care Grants can be expanded statewide.
Upon approval of a care grant by PetAid Colorado, a veterinary clinic will receive financial assistance for the animal’s medical care. Only veterinary clinics may apply for Care Grants.
Care Grant Guidelines
Care Grant Application for Funds Form
Care Grant Release and Consent Form
If you wish to make a donation to the Care Grants fund, click here.
Thank you to the following organizations for supporting PetAid Care Grants in 2012-13 with gifts of $5,000 or more: