Community Pet Care Resources

Life changes and unforeseen circumstances can sometimes interfere with providing veterinary care—whether ongoing or in an emergency—for your beloved pets. Lollypop Farm has compiled the following list of community pet care resources and national organizations for you to consider in your search for low-cost veterinary care and financial assistance.

Lollypop Farm Programs


A program for low-income and other qualifying families that provides low-cost spay/neuter for pet cats and dogs. Learn more.


COMMUNITY CAT TNVR PROGRAMCommunity cat ear tip spay/neuter

Providing community cat caretakers with affordable spay/neuter services and vaccinations in support of TNVR (Trap-Neuter-Vaccinate-Return). Learn more.



Available to anyone in the community experiencing financial hardship, this program will provide a one-time donation of pet food. Lollypop Farm has also connected with a number of local food banks to make dog and cat food available throughout the community. Learn more.



Available to anyone in the community, this FREE helpline run by expert staff and volunteers provides free advice and counsel for behavior issues with dogs and cats. Learn more.



Advice for pet-owning renters and links to pet-friendly rental communities and search sites. Learn more.



The key to survival during a disaster, crisis, or emergency is to be as prepared as possible before the storm hits. Learn how you can prepare to help your pets in the event you and your family should need to leave your home. Learn more.



NOTE: The following services are provided by organizations or businesses that are not affiliated with Lollypop Farm.

COVID-19 Emergency Resources for People and Pets

RedRover is greatly concerned for people and animals during the COVID19 crisis. Here are some resources for ensuring the health and safety of your pet(s) during the novel coronavirus pandemic.

The COVID-19 pandemic has made the challenges securing and maintaining affordable housing even greater. Here is a listing of rental and mortgage assistance during this uncertain time and beyond.

Spay/Neuter Services

Rochester Community Animal Clinic Low-Income Spay and Neuter Services
*Open to the community! 985 Bay Street, Rochester, NY 14609 | Phone: (585) 288-0600

Rochester Animal Services Low-Income Spay and Neuter Program (LISN)
*City of Rochester Residents Only 184 Verona Street, Rochester, NY 14608 | Phone: (585) 428-7729

Ontario County Humane Society Spay/Neuter Assistance Program
*Ontario County Residents Only 2976 County Road 48, Canandaigua, NY 14424 | Phone: (585) 396-4590

Humane Society of Wayne County Spay and Neuter Program
*Wayne County Residents Only 1475 County House Road, Lyons, NY 14489 | Phone: (315) 946-3389

Friends of Animals Low-Cost Spay/Neuter Certificates
*Participating Veterinarians Only Online application | Phone: (800) 321-7387

Operation PETS Low-Income Spay and Neuter Services
3443 South Park Ave., Blasdell, NY 14219 | Phone: (716) 783-8998

SANS (Spay and Neuter Syracuse) Low-Income Spay and Neuter Services
2616 Erie Blvd. E, Syracuse, NY 13224 | Phone: (315) 834-0141

CNY Cat Coalition Low-Cost Spay/Neuter Program
*Cats Only, Services Provided at 2 locations, Syracuse and Cortland | Phone: (315) 420-7729

Feral Cat TNR/TNVR Services
(Trap, Neuter, Release) / (Trap, Neuter, Vaccinate, Release)

Rochester Community Animal Clinic TNVR Clinic
985 Bay Street, Rochester, NY 14609 | Phone: (585) 288-0600

Habitat for Cats TNVR Assistance Program
*Monroe County Residents Only P.O. Box 25637, Rochester, NY 14625 | Phone: (585) 234-2894

Colony Caregivers TNVR Assistance Program
*Ontario County Residents Only P.O. Box 12, Shortsville, NY 14548 | Phone: (585) 289-6353

19th Ward Community Cats TNR Assistance Program
*19th Ward Residents Only Website:

Feral Cat Focus of WNY Spay/Neuter Feral Friendly Vets
*Buffalo & Western NY Region

CNY Cat Coalition TNVR Clinic
*Ferals/Strays/Barn Cats | Phone: (315) 420-7729

SPCA Tompkins County TNVR Clinic
1640 Hanshaw Road, Ithaca, NY 14850 | Phone: (607) 257-1822 ext. 244

Rabies Clinics

It is New York State Law for all dogs, cats, and domestic ferrets to be vaccinated against rabies. The Department of Health hosts FREE rabies vaccination clinics. As a resident of your County, you may attend any of the clinics; you do not have to wait for the one in your township. Be sure to share the records of vaccinations performed at clinics with your veterinarian.

Monroe County Department of Health FREE Rabies Vaccination Clinics
Phone: (585) 753-5171

Ontario County Department of Health FREE Rabies Vaccination Clinics
Phone: (800) 299-2995 or (585) 396-4343

Vaccination Clinics

Canandaigua, 324 Eastern Boulevard Canandaigua, NY 14424, Phone: (585) 394-6170
Greece, 2373 Ridge Road West Greece, NY 14626, Phone: (585) 227-2180
Henrietta, 300 Hylan Drive, Henrietta, NY 14623, Phone: (585) 273-0150
Irondequoit, 2255 E Ridge Rd Irondequoit, NY 14622, Phone: (585) 467-0310
Pittsford, 3200 Monroe Avenue, Rochester NY 14618, Phone: (585) 385-6850

Greece, 3042 Ridge Road West Greece, NY 14626, Phone: (585) 227-6700
Henrietta, 790 Jefferson Road #200 Henrietta, NY 14623, Phone: (585) 272-8020
Webster, 917 Holt Road Webster, NY 14580, Phone: (585) 872-0850
Victor, 421 Commerce Dr. Victor, NY 14564, Phone: (585) 924-4100

VIP Pet Care Community Clinics/Pet Vet Clinic
*Offering services at Pet Supplies Plus, Country Max, and Tractor Supply stores

Veterinary Care

Banfield Animal Hospital
*Frequently, but not always, offers a free exam for new clients. Apply for a certificate online.
Henrietta, 790 Jefferson Road #200 Henrietta, NY 14623, Phone: (585) 272-8020
Webster, 917 Holt Road, Webster, NY 14580-9101, Phone: (585) 217-9448

Henrietta Animal Hospital Pets in Need Clinic (PINC)
3156 East Henrietta Road, Henrietta, NY 14467 | Phone: (585) 334-3800

Financial Assistance

Rochester Hope for Pets
Phone: 585-532-7406 | A core piece of their mission is to provide grants toward veterinary care to pet owners during times of financial need, with a focus on emergency and critical care. To be considered for an award, pet owners must complete an application and have an official estimate provided by a veterinarian. Payments are made directly to the veterinary care provider.

All 4 Pets WNY
Phone: (585) 727-5142 | Their mission is to provide a one-time grant of money to pay for medical care for pets whose caring, responsible owners are not able to pay for the care that will bring their pet back to health due to low income, personal crisis or disaster. Payments will be made directly to the medical care provider.

The Bow Wow Buddies Foundation
The Bow Wow Buddies Foundation is an organization dedicated to providing urgent medical care funds to dogs who are either homeless or whose parents cannot afford to pay their veterinary bills.

Care Credit
Phone: (800) 677-0718 | Care Credit, the leader in patient/client financing, has helped more than 3 million patients/clients get the treatment or procedures they needed and wanted. With a comprehensive range of plan options, for treatment or procedure fees from $1 to over $25,000, they offer a plan and a low monthly payment to fit comfortably into almost every budget.

Pet Health Insurance

Lollypop Farm recommends pet health insurance to help provide the best veterinary care for your pet for unforeseen illnesses or accidents.

24PetWatch, Phone: (866) 597-2424

ASPCA Pet Health Insurance, Phone: (888) 716-1203

Healthy Paws Pet Insurance, Phone: (800) 453-4054

Pet Partners, Phone: (866) 774-1113, Website:


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