Our Rescue Assistance program grants up to $1,000 to 501(c)(3) registered non-profit rescue groups who save medical needs dogs from their local shelter’s euthanasia list.
We require verification of the dog’s status from the shelter, shelter veterinarian report, non-profit paperwork from the rescue, as well as fostering information and photos and updates of the dog we would be helping.
Are you a loving dog owner down on your luck or do you know someone who is? Our Owner Assistance Grant helps owners with food, supplies such as leashes/collars/bowls/crates, containment assistance (fence repairs, kennels, etc), temporary boarding/pet sitting due to medical needs (owner in hospital, too ill to care for pets, etc), and assistance with rental deposits. Owners will not receive any cash, but we will send payment directly to established businesses or purchase supplies online to send to owner. Owners must be able to demonstrate need and provide photos of their pets and commit to giving us updates after grants are received.
Our Shelter Assistance Grant will helps to for various shelter needs such as building dog runs, adding kennels, toys, establishing foster and off-site adoption events, promotional materials, photographer fees to get those amazing photos that help pets get adopted, obedience training, animal control and tech funding for understaffed shelters and much more. Both shelter volunteers, shelter staff, and concerned community members can submit requests for grants with plans for how the grant will be used.
Good Samaritan Grant:
Our Good Samaritan Grant offers assistance to those who have found a stray animal that requires immediate medical care or other needs such as food, or leash, crate, etc. This grant is available only to non-owned pets in the finder’s possession for less than 30 days.
Veterinary Care Grant:
Our Veterinary Care Grant is specifically for veterinary needs of owned pets. Veterinarians and owners are welcomed to submit a grant request. Priority will be given to Pit Bull and Pit Bull mixes, but no dog will be turned away if we have the available funds to help. Prognosis for survival must be better than 70%. Owner must demonstrate financial need, although there will not be income limits. A vet report will be required, along with photos of the dog and a commitment to give us an update. Funds can also be utilized for euthanasia in the case of low quality of life or suffering of a pet. Grants are capped at $2,500 per pet and we will not fund vet care for dogs who have been allowed to get into fights with other dogs in the home repeatedly.
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