Fixed Income In Ann Arbor Mi

Fixed Income Family Fund

Ann Arbor Animal Hospital has a fund that helps to meet the needs of critically ill or injured animals whose human companions are experiencing a temporary financial crisis and are unable to meet those needs.

Currently, we are accepting donations to the fund. We hope that as the fund continues to grow we will be able to help all the deserving animals who so desperately need us. Until that point in time, it will be used only for true emergency cases.

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Learn More About the Fund

If you would like more information about the fund or if you would like to make a contribution in person, please speak with one of our staff members.

The fund is governed by a Board of Directors, which is responsible for all decisions regarding the disbursement of money to needy clients and patients. The Board’s decisions are final and may not be challenged.

The fund is primarily for long-term clientele of Ann Arbor Animal Hospital who meet the following criteria:

  • The client must have an established relationship with our hospital.
  • The client must have always provided preventative health care for their pet in the past.
  • The client must be experiencing a temporary financial crisis.
  • The patient must have a good prognosis for recovery and a good quality of life.

Consideration will be given to first-time clients and referral clients given that all of the following criteria have been met (NOTE: FUNDS ARE LIMITED). While first-time clients can receive help from the FIFF, priority is given to long-term clientele.

Fund Eligibility for First-Time Clients

Below are our criteria for first-time clients to be eligible for the FIFF:

  • The client must have just moved to the Ann Arbor area.
  • The client must have an established relationship with his/her veterinary hospital at their previous residence.
  • The client must have always provided preventive health care for his/her pet in the past.
  • The client must be experiencing a temporary financial crisis.
  • The patient must have a good prognosis for recovery and a good quality of life.

*Clients must pay for all diagnostics. The fund may only be used for the immediate care of their sick or injured animal.

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