This program is made possible by generous funding in honor of Muffie Becks by her husband Hank Becks.
Sometimes pets and their people need help. When an owner can’t afford to pay for a vet, pets go without proper care. Whether a pet has an unfortunate accident or a sudden illness, this can mean financial hardship for local families.
Local resident Hank Becks started the Muffie Becks MedFund (named for his late wife) to help local families and their pets. The PAWS MedFund helps pay Teton County vet bills for stray dogs and cats, and provides funding for individuals who are unable to pay their vet bills. Through the PAWS MedFund, PAWS assists 70 residents pay unexpected veterinary bills annually.
PAWS MedFund covers residents who have lived in Teton County for at least 1 year, and the program can be used one time. With your application (see below), PAWS requires one of the following (for residency – current and one from 1 year ago): lease, mortgage stub, paycheck, utility bill or cell phone bill that shows your address in Teton County).