Teddy's Friends provides financial assistance to help Maine pet owners with animals that are at the end-of-life stage. This fund is named fondly after Teddy, a Pomeranian mix who came to us after being confiscated by the state in a hoarding situation here in Maine. We understand that it is stressful when we have to deal with the thought of losing a loved one, but when there are a lot of costs associated with that, it can be overwhelming. In Teddy's honor, we hope that this fund will be able to help some animals and their owners get through this process a bit more easily.
Qualifications to apply:
The Teddy’s Friends fund aims to help senior dogs who are at the end-of-life stage with medical needs, due to financial hardship.
Must have proof of State of Maine residency.
Must have proof of being at or below 150% of current Poverty Guidelines; see Poverty Guidelines document attached to application.
Must be applying for a senior dog (generally 7+)