Resources to
help you and your
pet
navigate life’s
challenges

If you own a pet and need help with the hurdles life sometimes throws at you, know you have options. Whether you need to rehome your pet, find a pet-friendly rental or need help with vet bills, here are some resources that may be helpful.

Pet Food Bank Program

No pet should go hungry!

To make sure that doesn’t happen, Hearts Alive became a Rescue Bank Affiliate. This special relationship with Greater Good guarantees that we will receive at least a semi-truck of food each month.

To date, we have distributed 100 tons of pet food and served almost 25 thousand animals!

If you need help feeding your pet, apply here.

Food for my Pet >>

If you would like to help make sure no pets in Las Vegas go hungry, please donate here. Any size gift is welcome and appreciated.

Help Feed Hungry Pets >>

While the food is donated, the freight is not.
To sponsor a truck please contact us at info@heartsalivevillage.org

If you are a rescue searching for food bank assistance, please see our application below.

Food for my rescue >>

More Resources

If you are faced with extraordinary veterinary bills for your pet, don’t despair! The following organizations may be able to help. Please read their information carefully, as each group has its own guidelines and requirements.

  • Animal Health Foundation
  • Animal Friends Rescue
  • Brown Dog Foundation
  • Care Credit – A credit card company for health care, including veterinary care. With a comprehensive range of options, they offer a plan and a low monthly payment to fit almost every budget.
  • The Humane Society of the United States –  Features links for pet assistance organizations in each state, including spay and neuter and basic care resources.
  • The Mosby Foundation
    Helps qualified limited-income pet parents facing extenuating veterinary circumstances no one could possibly foresee. Their website includes a list of other resources that may be able to assist you with your pup’s medical bills.
  • The Pet Fund
    This nonprofit assists only with non-basic, non-urgent veterinary care. They fund such medical needs as cancer treatment, heart disease, chronic conditions, endocrine diseases, eye diseases, etc.
  • RedRover Relief
    Provides financial assistance grants and additional resources, so pet owners and rescuers can care for animals in need of urgent veterinary care. For eligibility requirements and an application click here. RedRover also offers financial assistance for victims of domestic violence and their pets. Learn more about this program.

Heartbreaking as it is, sometimes we just can’t keep our pets. If you find yourself in that situation, and you are on social media, post your pet’s photo and story. Then ask your friends to share it on their social streams.

One of the best resources we’ve found to help you safely rehome your pet is Adoptapet.com. Visit rehome.adoptapet.com to set up your pet’s profile. It will be posted on their website where it will be seen by millions of visitors each month.

If you are faced with extraordinary veterinary bills for your pet, don’t despair! The following organizations may be able to help. Please read their information carefully, as each group has its own guidelines and requirements.

  • Animal Health Foundation
  • Animal Friends Rescue
  • Brown Dog Foundation
  • Care Credit – A credit card company for health care, including veterinary care. With a comprehensive range of options, they offer a plan and a low monthly payment to fit almost every budget.
  • The Humane Society of the United States –  Features links for pet assistance organizations in each state, including spay and neuter and basic care resources.
  • The Mosby Foundation
    Helps qualified limited-income pet parents facing extenuating veterinary circumstances no one could possibly foresee. Their website includes a list of other resources that may be able to assist you with your pup’s medical bills.
  • The Pet Fund
    This nonprofit assists only with non-basic, non-urgent veterinary care. They fund such medical needs as cancer treatment, heart disease, chronic conditions, endocrine diseases, eye diseases, etc.
  • RedRover Relief
    Provides financial assistance grants and additional resources, so pet owners and rescuers can care for animals in need of urgent veterinary care. For eligibility requirements and an application click here. RedRover also offers financial assistance for victims of domestic violence and their pets. Learn more about this program.

Animal rescue groups may apply for donations from the Greater Good Pet Food Bank Program in Las Vegas. Complete the application form here.

Rescue Bank Affiliate application for organizations