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Emergency Care for Animals in Need

Emergency Animal Medical is a program of Greater Good Charities that provides compromised pets across the country with funding for the medical care they desperately need. Our grants support individual pets in life-threatening situations, saving lives.

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You Are Their Lifeline - Fund Emergency Care

Our Emergency Animal Medical grants are only possible because of your donations. When you give to our fund, you are directly saving a life. Donations are urgently needed! Give monthly to help even more, providing insurance for pets in crisis.

Read Josie's Success Story

Josie was found inside a makeshift kennel with no food or water, with four starving puppies and no way out. Her little family was rescued by Cooper’s Chance Animal Rescue in Arizona and taken in to the emergency vet. Josie and her pups tested positive for multiple diseases and were covered in ticks and fleas.Their journey to health would not be an easy one, but thanks to funding from Greater Good Charities all pups would receive the treatments they needed.

Josie's success story is just one of the many made possible by donors like you.

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How It Works

Emergency Animal Medical funding targets pets that would be at risk of euthanasia without treatment or pets that have experienced traumatic injuries. Many of these pets have suffered abuse or neglect, or have been injured. Our funding has helped support everything from treatment for heartworm to emergency surgery to save the lives of pets hit by vehicles, to amputations, and more. The one thing all our grants have in common: they save the lives of pets who otherwise wouldn’t have a chance. 

The program also helps prevent euthanasia or pet surrender due to a pet parent’s inability to pay for veterinary care by covering those costs. Donations to this fund provide critical treatment that saves lives. By covering the veterinary costs of owned pets for families who cannot afford it, we keep the pet out of the shelter and prevent economic euthanasia--when an owned pet is euthanized as an alternative to treatment the family cannot afford.

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Special Thanks to Our Partners
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