Pet Medical Help - Nashville Humane
Low-cost spay and neuter, basic care and emergency funding.
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Low-Cost Spay and Neuter


The following counties offer low-cost spay and neuter for their residents’ pets.



The following counties offer low-cost spay and neuter for their residents’ community cats.



If outside of the counties above, utilize the Alley Cat’s Feral Friends Network to find colony caregivers in your area in addition to local TNR efforts and veterinary resources for community cats. Additional resources may be viewed via our comprehensive and topic-driven Directory of Resources.


Low-Cost Spay and Neuter and Basic Veterinary Care


For those in need – Spay and Neuter Certificates can be purchased directly through Friends of Animals and used at participating veterinary clinics.

Pet Community Center
943B Dr. Richard G Adams Dr.
Nashville, TN 37211
(615) 512-5001

Value Vet
2509 B Nolensville Pike
Nashville, TN 37211

Animal House
223 Largo Drive
Nashville, TN 37211
(615) 834-6441

Beesley Animal Clinic
2215 Keeneland Commercial Blvd
Murfreesboro, TN

Veterinary Funding

Cancer and Non-Basic, Non-Urgent, Funds:



The Magic Bullet Fund, Live like Roo and The Riedel and Cody Fund apply to pets needing chemotherapy, radiation treatment and cancer-related surgery.


Frankie’s Friends – This fund only applies to those being treated at Blue Pearl hospitals.


Friends and Vets Helping Pets – This fund primarily assists those with tumors, broken bones and those needing ambulatory care, expensive medication or post-surgical prosthetic devices.


Paws4Cure – This fund assists those with cancer, those who are heartworm positive and those needing wheelchair assist and/or non-routine care.


The Pet Fund – This fund assists those needing non-routine care but is well known for extended wait periods.


Lucy the Rescue Dog – This fund assist those who have a treatable disease or injury.



Emergency Funds:



The Mosby Foundation– This fund primarily assists the critically injured.


Lovie’s Legacy – This fund grants small grants only – typically less than $150.


Molly’s Hope – This fund grants small grants only – typically less than $400.


For the Love of Alex – This fund may only be used for life-threatening situations.



Prescription Medications:



The Brown Dog Foundation – This fund assists TN residents in covering the cost of their canine’s prescription medication.


Good RX – While your vet is needed to write a script, you can have this script filled elsewhere. Good Rx allows you to find the lowest cost!






Crowdfunding platforms have also proven successful for many. For this reason, we encourage you to post to PlumfundCofund My Pet and Waggle to maximize your funding efforts! A side note about Waggle – when posting, make sure to apply for their fund-matching grant! Don’t forget to utilize social media as well – Facebook and Instagram are fantastic tools to communicate your pet’s need and have a broad reach! You may also consider utilizing credit cards Care Credit, Wells Fargo Veterinary and Scratch Pay.