Sources for Financial Aid

Low Cost Spaying And Neutering

Low-Cost Spay Neuter Clinics are a wonderful alternative for spaying or neutering your pet, without the exorbitant cost associated with a conventional veterinary practice. Below are links to the various low-cost spay/neuter clinics operated throughout Ontario by the Ontario SPCA and affiliated local humane societies.

Ontario SPCA Spay Neuter Clinics (Newmarket, Barrie and St. Catharines)
Welland and District Regional Spay Neuter Clinic
Toronto Humane Society Spay Neuter Clinic
Toronto Animal Services Spay Neuter Clinic
Hamilton Ontario Spay Neuter Service
Hamilton SPCA Spay Neuter Services
Windsor/Essex County Humane Society Spay Neuter Clinic

Pet Food Bank

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Financial Assistance For Pet Owners

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Diabetic Cats in Need - provides assistance to people with diabetic cats in both U.S. and Canada to help pay for the cost of glucose testing supplies and medications.

Blood Donor Program - provides modest assistance with food and other items to dog owners who enrol their dogs in the blood donor program at the University of Guelph.

Silver Paws Program - funded by the Humane Society of Canada to provide assistance to seniors and their pets.

CNIB Guide Dog Assistance Fund - provides funding assistance to blind individuals to enable them to purchase a guide dog.

Dog & Cat Pet insurance in Canada

Most insurance plans will not insure pets 10 years of age or older, nor will they insure pre-existing conditions in a pet. The best time to think about investing in a pet insurance plan for your pet is when you first bring home a new furry companion.

Pets Niagara does not necessarily endorse any of the following insurance plans. Please visit the links provided and read all information associated with each plan carefully before deciding whether one will be beneficial to your family. Determine if the plan requires you to pay the veterinarian costs up front and then submit a claim to the insurer, or if the insurer will pay the claim directly to your veterinarian. Also, ask your veterinarian for more information about insurance plans and which ones they accept before making your final decision.

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