Hello, my name is Jennifer Hunt, founder of “Pet Medical Crisis”. In 2009, my Border Collie Jed was eight years old. He was playing with my 4 year old son, James, on the beach, when our world changed. While chasing seagulls, Jed ruptured several discs in his back. This started a series of major operations over three years, each costing many thousands of dollars.
We were so fortunate to be able to afford his treatment and keep Jed with us. Without funds, the only option for Jed would have been euthanasia.
This tragic experience inspired us to establish Pet Medical Crisis in 2010, supporting pensioners / disadvantaged owners to meet the high cost of veterinary care. Since then we have distributed over $500,000 to 635+ pets and continue to provide a much-needed service to our community.
Jed relied on us to carry his back end in a special sling for 9 years. He passed away on 17 December 2018 after providing us with untold joy, unconditional love and inspiration.
Pet Medical Crisis ensure Australian Pensioners who are struggling financially have the opportunity to give their loved pet the best chance of survival when veterinary care is needed.
PMC empowers owners by providing their loved pet with veterinary care.
The charity raises funds to assist pensioners in necessitous circumstances / financial difficulties. We do this by assisting with the costs of medical intervention for their companion pets. The pet owner’s inability to fund the care would otherwise result in unsustainable debt, death or significantly impact quality of life.
Our Motto: KEEPING PETS AND THEIR PEOPLE UNITED IN HEALTH * 2010-current
Our hashtags: #savingpetstochangetheworld @petmedicalcrisis