We need your help. We are a non-profit society and ALL adoption fees, fundraising efforts and donations go to saving more lives. Although some of us are dedicated to rescuing these dogs full time, we do not get paid, but we do need ongoing resources to continue to do our work. The associated costs of rescue are significant, from transportation for the dogs into our care, to spay and neuter costs, vaccinations, medications, grooming, and on-going food costs, dog supplies, and incidentals. Many of the animals that come in will require extra medical attention that can involve costly surgeries, lab tests, x-rays, ultrasounds, and age related dental problems that require costly dental work. We bring all of our rescues to our local vet clinic and provide any and all necessary care at the advice of our veterinarian regardless of cost. We do our best to ensure the health of our dogs before adoption.