THIS PAGE IS UNDER CONSTRUCTION; if you have resources in your area please send them to firstname.lastname@example.org. We are creating this page as a resource for owners. We get many requests from people to turn in dogs, and the reasons/issues are truly "fixable". Some owners may need financial assistance for vetting, spaying/neutering, others may need places to find food or guidance about certain issues they are encountering. This page will be set up by geographic location throughout Michigan, so owners can find resources in their area.
There is a wonderful site that gives a full list of resources nationwide: www.humanesociety.org--> search: affording and click on the link called are you having trouble affording your pets?----->listed nationwide---->click on your state.Detroit Area:
All About Animals: They provide low cost spay/neuter services, and low cost vaccinations. You can find your county when you enter the site and click on Spay Michigan.
**Web site: http://allaboutanimalsrescue.org
** Phone: 586-879-1745
Tail Waggers 1990: This organization is committed to helping people help animals. Their ultimate goal is to be able to support dedicated pet owners who are in need of assistance along with providing necessary funding for those animals in emergency situations.
** Phone: 734-855-4077
** Email: email@example.com
** Website: http://tailwaggers1990.org
Providing for Paws: Providing for Paws goal is to keep animals out of shelters and rescues and in thier homes, by providing food for family pets in need. They also help with spay/neuter and vaccinations. No one is turned down for food assistance, but they do ask once the family is financially stable they donate to help the next animal in need.
** Phone: 734-237-1812
** Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
** Website: http://www.providingforpaws.org
Dog Aide: Their mission is to educate dog owners, identify community needs, supply owners with food and daily care items, provide access and financial help for routine veterinary care, and network with rescues and community organizations to help people get the food and fiancial assistance they need.
** Phone 313-744-6DOG
** Email: email@example.com
** Website: http://dogaide.com
Forever Full Food Bank: This is a resource to help families obtain dog food for their pets. There are requirements, but you can obtain more information by calling 249-659-2231. They are in the Royal Oak and Detroit areas.
NBS Animal Rescue: They have a place on thier website to request help. If you go to http://Nbsanimalrescue.com---> contact us-----> request help. Thanks to NBS, they were able to help a request that came into CNR about vetting for a dog.
New Beginnings Animal Rescue: They try to help by providing food for those in need of financial assistance. There are rules/requirements, but check out thier site at nbarmichigan.org. They are located in Royal Oak.
** Phone: 248-543-4070
Voiceless-MI: Voiceless is a rescue, but they also have a spay/neuter assiatance program. Go to voiceless-mi.org--->spay/neuter programs tab---->spay/neuter assistance program.
**Email: Hollythoms@yahoo.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
** Web site: http://voiceless-mi.org
C-Snip: They provide low cost spay and neuter assistance (dogs are $80/ cats $40 according to their site). If you need financial assistance you would need to call 616-455-8220.
** Web site: http://www.csnip.org
Humane Society of West Michigan: They provide food for low income families, lost cost spay/neuter and vaccinations. In addition they provide behavioral assistance and low cost euthansia.
** Email: you can send an email via their contact page
**Website: http://www.hswestmi.org ( go to the tab that says services)