Some people prefer to give their donation for a specific dog, and we welcome and encourage this. All of our dogs need help, but sometimes associating a face and name with your donation makes it more personal.
You may sponsor a dog that needs board and train, a foster bag, vet visits, boarding or transportation. Please read the biographies of our dogs and let us know which dog you wish to support. Your name will be added to the dog's bio as the sponsor. Any donations that exceed the dog's expenses will be used to help other dogs through the general fund.
Common expenses include:
Foster Bag: $50.00
36-inch Dog Crate: $58.00
ALL Donations are tax deductible.
Your sponsorship donations may be made in memory or in honor of a special friend or family member. Donations of $100 or more will receive a personalized thank you letter with your dog's photo and if you are doing this in memory of your furbaby he/she will be the face of the rescue for the month you choose. Dogs may be sponsored by money order, cash, or via PayPal. Cash should be donated in person at any of our upcoming events and a cash receipt will be provided.
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Donations are tax deductible.
Athena was a 9 yr old Pit Mix who was discarded like trash and left to die in a trailer that was a scorching 110 degrees.
When we agreed to take her, we had no idea she was in severe kidney failure. The Monday before Transport we all agreed to run blood panels due to her age to be sure that there was nothing off that we should know about. We learned she was in the final stages of kidney failure. She was due to board transport Wednesday.
If you are familiar with the south, if is not a surprise that this sweet baby was dumped and left to fend for herself. We could not say no. We began all the prep work to bring her to MA. Overnight stay at the ER, prepping our quarantine facility to be sure everyone from start to finish was all hands-on deck to be sure she arrived safely. Her foster dad who was literally god sent had taken on the full time roll of caring for her. She started to decline quickly but we spent what we had to at NEAMC to stabilize her every time. She started a new regime of daily fluids at home, and it worked for a while. She was a fighter.
Athena was this very sweet natured pitty with ears fit for a deer. She loved to go for walks, get scratches, chase bunnies and use her nose like a detective. She absolutely adored people and did not mind other pups. All she wanted was to be LOVED. We had Athena for 2 months before she crossed rainbow bridge. Her foster dad, Mike, gave her love, a nice cozy bed to sleep in (even when that meant he got kicked out), food in her belly, genuine care, her favorite walks every day. She was given a real chance at a happy life. We are happy that we could have given that to her with Mike's help even though the end result was absolutely heart breaking.
Rest in the sweetest peace baby girl. We Love you. 7/17/22