If you would like to support the rescue in general, there are a few ways you can help.
In CANADA: Donations can be made via e-Transfer directly to the rescue email address. email@example.com
Tax receipts will be issued if you would like one.
In the UNITED STATES: Donations can be made through PayPal using email: firstname.lastname@example.org
You can select a one time donation or select a monthly re-occurring donation.
Myles is approximately 6 years old and was picked up as a stray in San Bernadino. He had no tags or microchip and nobody came looking for him. It's probably just as well because his condition was deplorable when he was picked up. He has a large hematoma in his right ear and his back has no fur on it from his shoulders to his tail. The shelter treated his ear with meds and they did a skin scrape which was negative. His ear requires further treatment along with a laundry list of tests he will have done while he's at the vet waiting to get neutered. The shelter staff said that Myles is sweet and remained sweet during his ear treatments. Thank you for supporting this well deserving boy. He will get all of the medical treatment required and his life is about to change for the better.
Lovey is 6 years old and was surrendered to the Langcaster shelter in Southern California, the same shelter he was purchased at as a young puppy. The owners did not properly care for Lovey and he was only 32.6 pounds when surrendered. He has neurological issues and he's also blind. Lovey will be undergoing a lot of tests and scans to ensure we can best care for his neurological conditions. Thank you for supporting Lovey. He deserves the best life after what he's been through.
Ranger is approximately 8 years old and was picked up as a stray in Southern California. Nobody claimed him while he was on his stray-hold. He's a big boy at 100 pounds and he seems somewhat mellow from what his transporter told me. He is currently on a farm in boarding while I arrange transport for him. Stay tuned for more info.
Gunner is approximately 6 years old. He was picked up as a stray in San Bernadino California and was not claimed by his owner.
Upon his arrival to the shelter he had a visible front leg injury and was heavily limping. He has a skin condition on his back end, leg and tail that is being tested and will be treated.
He was taken from the shelter and directly to the vet's office and will undergo a battery of tests to determine what medical treatment he requires.
Gunner is a beautiful boy with plenty of life left in him. Once we get his skin condition and front leg injury sorted out and treated he will be a stellar boy once again.
Pictures of his skin condition will be posted on Guide Us Home Facebook page as the web page doesn't allow for more than one picture.
Daisy is approximately 1 year old. She has been a stray for quite some time and was attacked by coyotes or a dog pack. Half of her tail was mutilated and she had a 4" skeletal tail spine that was exposed. She also has lots of bite wounds on her back legs. Her initial surgeries cost 1700.00 to get her immediate injuries dealt with. Any donation toward her costs is very much appreciated.
Charlie is a product of serious abuse and neglect. He was surrendered into a high kill shelter in deplorable condition and the vet was amazed he was still alive. I had him pulled and whisked off to a vet hospital where he spent a full month undergoing extensive testing and treatment. That first bill was 4 thousand dollars. Charlie to date has cost 13 thousand dollars to help un-do what another sub-human did to him. Charlie has ongoing medical needs and due to the monthly cost of his medications, he will not be available for adoption and will remain with the rescue.
Dorothy has had a pretty tough life up until now. She was a chained up breeding machine. Throughout it all, she tried to raise countless puppies with being underfed, in poor health and no medical attention. How did this girl remain so sweet and kind? Your donations for Dorothy's medical will get this girl on the right track to feeling better and living the life she deserves.
Quincy entered the high kill shelter a very sick dog. Nobody wanted him. I stepped up and had him pulled and immediately sent him for veterinary care and a multiple of tests. Quincy is recovering in a foster home and has responded to his treatments.
Like every rescue, we require funds and supplies to cover medical and food costs. Without funding, we are unable to support a dog in need.
We firmly believe that it takes an entire community to spread the word to get the information out there to the masses to help save this amazing breed.
Donations are tax deductible and receipts will be issued for donations $5.00 and greater. If you want a tax receipt, please let me know.
We gladly accept high quality dry and wet dog food and a 'gift in kind' tax receipt can also be issued for products purchased for the rescue.
Non-Profit #: S-0062003
Tax Deductible #: 837147776RR0001
Please note: Some people in the United States are unable to donate through this Paypal link. If you encounter difficulties, please use my rescue email through PayPal to honour your pledge or to donate. email@example.com
To learn more about the dogs, how you can help or general inquiries about doing dog rescue, please feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
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