$15 Helps keep an animal comfy. We provide all of our foster families with a comfortable dog bed, blanket, and a toy to ensure that they sleep well at night knowing that they are safe and warm in our care.
$50 Buys 50 assorted toys so that our dogs can have a little bit of fun, and stay occupied while they may be home alone or in their crates. Not to mention, toys give these dogs something to hang onto through their journey to a forever home.
$100 Will pay to Spay/Neuter one dog. We require that all of our dogs to be Spayed/Neutered as soon as they are well enough / old enough. We would never want one of our rescue dogs to contribute to the millions of accidental reproductions, and over breeding in this country. Spaying a female pet requires minimal hospitalization and provides lifelong health benefits. Neutering male pets will greatly improve their behavior, as well as keep them close to home. We didn't want them in shelters, why would we want that life for their children?
$25 Helps us to feed one dog for one month. We provide food to certain foster homes that want to do their part in helping, but may not be able to financially care for a dog.
$75 Helps to offset the costs of basic veterinary costs such as basic vaccines, heart-worm treatment, micro-chipping, and an overall checkup. All dogs initially coming into our care are evaluated by a vet to determine their immediate situation, as to bring them up to our minimum adoptable standards.
$250 Helps to cover costs of medical treatments that exceed the scope of "regular treatment". This includes medications for heart-worm (not as a monthly preventative, but to treat the unfortunate dog that has been infected). Something like heart-worm if left untreated, could be fatal. This also includes treatments for cancer, diabetes, and other long term and expensive medications.