How You Can Help

There are a few ways you can help us.

One option is to donate to a small southern 501(c)3 rescue and the information is as follows:

Any spare change contribution appreciated! A small 501c3 in the south is trying to spare some of the animals lives in a rural southern animal pound by helping them get to rescue. There are too few volunteers & a culture of under appreciation for the companion animals in this county & too little support in the community. Your contribution will help in ways of vetting, transport, boarding to help a canine or feline to safety! Please paypal SCFFAINC@yahoo.com Donations are tax deductible & a receipt will be provided upon request. For any further information please email & will be happy to provide updates!  From all of us and from all the lives you help, we thank you from the bottom of our hearts we thank you for your kindness and generosity.

PLEASE NOTE:
  If you are kind enough to send a contribution, please specify SPARE CHANGE ACCOUNT

Another way you can help is to send a donation to Newport Animal Shelter to help them with medical costs, in particular donations to help with the cost of heartworm treatment. They are an AMAZING shelter that works terribly hard to save lives and unfortunately they tend to always have at least one dog there that needs treatment. They already have someone who specifically fosters dogs who have been treated for this but first they need the money for the medication. If you choose to donate to this cause please email Jenifer Steele at jenandjerry@hughes.net and she will direct you as far as how to donate.

Yet another way to help is to offer to become a foster so that A Dog's Life Rescue can save even more lives. If you are within 45 minutes of Ardmore and would like more information on this we would love to hear from you.  You can either call (610) 203-1759.

or email us at gottalovethemdoggies2@gmail.com

Thank you sooooo much for checking out our site and for caring!

NON Profit Fund

As mentioned elsewhere in this website I am currently the only member of A Dog's Life Rescue. I have been working diligently to build a veterinary fund. To date I have managed to save $1500,00. If you have dogs or have had them in the past you know how costly veterinary care can be, especially if an animal needs emergency care. As a rescue individual/group it is my responsibility to be prepared to care for all the dogs that I pull. When we pull a dog they are already spayed/neutered, up to date with shots, and heart worm tested, and are sent with a health certificate. When I had fosters at my house I had very few costs outside of flea and tick and heart worm preventative however I have been faced with paying for a dog's heart worm treatment following adoption. As a rescue individual/group it is my responsibility to be prepared to care for all the dogs that I pull regardless of what they may need medically.

I am looking for animal lovers who would be willing to donate to the cost of obtaining 501(c)3 status. No donation is too small. Even a dollar will be greatly  appreciated! Believe me,I know that times are tough these days for many people.  If you wish to donate, click  on the Pay Pal account. You will see a donation meter on the website so you will know when we have reached our goal of $400.00, the cost of applying for 501(c)3 non profit status. Once we apply the process generally takes a couple of months give or take.  For those of you choosing to donate to this cause the dogs and I thank you soooo much for your kindness and generosity. Once we are officially non profit any further donations will be tax deductible and you will receive a receipt. From me and the dogs thank you all for your kindness and caring.

Aside from the application fee to apply, we must have a board of directors prior to applying so I will be on the lookout for fellow animal lovers who may be interested. I will be looking for someone to act as treasure and secretary at the bare minimum. If you think you might be interested in being a part of this wonderful adventure please contact me once we have raised the funds.


Lisa Sherman
Founder/Director
A Dog's Life Rescue
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