“You Can Save A Life” #GivingTuesday Fundraiser


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You Can Save A Life!
www.mycharityofchoice.com/campaign/pupdogrescue

PUP Dog Rescue is a volunteer driven 501(c)(3) registered, non-profit organization located in the state of Washington. We have helped over 3,000 animals find forever homes! We work in collaboration with shelters, other rescue groups, and individuals; both locally and nationally. We rescue both dogs and cats, and specialize in those needing medical care.

How does PUP differ from other rescue and shelter organizations?
For starters, we do not have a physical location; each rescued animal is cared for in a foster home where they receive individualized attention. We attend to their medical needs, work on training, and continue to provide loving care until suitable homes are found. We not only temperament test our animals, but also offer weekly training sessions to work on basic skills and socialization. Care for our animals doesn’t stop at adoption. We provide guidance and support after our pets leave our program. Our goal is to help our adopters and their pets build a lifelong relationship.

How will your donation to PUP make a difference?
Your donation will help fund advanced medical needs and treatment, in addition to helping with the following:

  • Spay and Neuter
  • Dental
  • Medications
  • Antiparasitics
  • Microchips & Registration
  • Food
  • Crates and Expens
  • Collars and Leashes
  • Puppy Potty Pads

This year PUP found forever homes for 195 animals. Of these, thirty-seven required advanced medical procedures and treatment.

Your donation will help us save even more lives in 2016! DONATE NOW

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