The lack of this basic service can be deadly to pets. Healthy Pets Project of NYC Inc. only operates in NYC. ”Keeping families and their pets together”. Healthy Pets Project of NYC, Inc. is a 501(c)3 organization. Access to information and accessible care is crucial to a pet’s wellbeing. Please check out our Resources page for articles on how to care for your pet. Healthy Pets Project of NYC Inc., may be able to provide Veterinary assistance for your pet, but cases are reviewed thoroughly and unfortunately we can not help all cases that contact us. Healthy Pets Project of NYC, Inc. was created in order to help pet owners in crisis care and keep their pet companions at home. We are a group of individuals that believe strongly and wholeheartedly in the bond between a human and a companion pet. We want to take the stigma off pet owners that even though they love their pet, sometimes they just can’t afford NYC Veterinary care. By providing pet owner support, services and education, we want to prevent owners from surrendering their companion pets to our municipal shelter. Our goal is to diminish the number of homeless and abandoned pets in New York City. Over 20,000 pets are surrendered to our municipal animal shelters every year. It’s not simply a matter of providing food to needy pet owners. In 2016, we were able to assist 170 pets directly with our programs, and we were able to refer 54 pets to other organizations for assistance. For $15 a month: We are able to provide a vaccine to a cat or dog, a 13lbs bag of dry cat or dog food or cat wet food for a month to an existing pet in our programs! BECOME a Monthly Donor today! All donations are tax deductible.
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Pet Health Market ships orders using both the FedEx as well as the United States Postal Service in order to provide our customers with fast and convenient shipping. All orders are typically shipped the same day the order is placed, or the following business day. Economy shipping entails allowing Pet Health Market to use the least expensive method for delivery. Orders exceeding $350 will be subject to signature required upon receipt. Orders placed during the weekends or Holidays will be shipped the next open business day. Expedited orders will be shipped as quickly as possible, however weekend delivery is not guaranteed, is requested and paid for by the customer. Orders that require refrigeration will only be shipped Mondays-Wednesdays in order to keep these items from becoming warm while in transit over the weekend due to the temperature sensitivity of the products. Vaccines/Refrigerated items do not qualify for free shipping. Vaccines/Refrigerated items are temperature sensitive and must ship Next Day or Second Day Air. Vaccines/Refrigerated items are shipped only when the scheduled date of arrival falls on a weekday. Vaccines/Refrigerated items cannot be shipped outside the US because they are temperature sensitive. Orders are not shipped Saturday or Sunday International Orders. You will be automatically transferred to Bongo’s Secure International Checkout page where you will be provided with international shipping costs as well as duties and taxes for your shipment. Upon completion of your order, Bongo will charge your credit card for the entire purchase. We will ship the goods to Bongo’s Global Distribution Facility where Bongo will process the order and transport the goods to your international address.
Pet Health Savings Accounts
While doing some research this weekend, I came across several companies that offer Pet Health Savings Accounts. It works somewhat like my own Health Savings Account my wife and I have with two exceptions. Secondly, it isn’t tied to a high deductible insurance policy. Some of these companies are positioning themselves to compete with pet insurance companies for pet owner’s dollars. I believe that a savings account and pet insurance should compliment each other, not compete against each other. The idea behind my HSA is that with my savings I can pay for minor medical issues, medications, etc. The insurance policy will cover catastrophic medical issues. If I have a major health issue that I can’t cover out-of-pocket, then my insurance will cover that. I try to put the maximum that is allowed into the savings account every year, and since my deductible is high, most years my insurance never comes into play. For those people who advise starting a savings account, but not buying pet insurance leave the pet owner exposed to not being able to cover a major medical expense should it occur before their savings account builds up. Theoretically, as your savings build up, you can afford to raise your deductible and lower your insurance premium. This is what I’ve done over the years with my own health insurance. Pet owners should have a savings account, credit card, and pet insurance. Since pet insurance is indemnity insurance, the pet owner usually pays the veterinarian and then receives reimbursement from the insurance company within a couple of weeks after filing the claim. Having a credit card allows the pet owner to pay the veterinarian and then usually receive reimbursement before the credit card bill becomes due.