Who Can

Receive Help

The NPCF was established to help low-income Canadian pet owners cover part of the costs of non-elective veterinary medical treatments and procedures for their companion animals.

The NPCF uses the Statistics Canada Low-Income Cut-off tables (LICOs) to determine if a pet owner qualifies for assistance. The LICOs, which vary by province and territory, are income thresholds below which a person or family will likely devote a larger share of income to the necessities of food, shelter and clothing than the average family. 

To find out if you are eligible to become an NPCF Pet Parent and receive financial assistance, please locate your province or territory below to see the LICO  that has been established in your area.

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