Featured Non-Profit Fundraising Partners:
Fun Time Dog Shop LLC has partnered with non-profit groups across the USA and beyond to help them raise money for the care of homeless dogs and improve the health & well-being of our canines. At check-out you will be asked to select a non-profit group that is currently being featured for the profits of your purchase to be donated to. We also feature highly worthy dog related causes that focus on the betterment of dogs. To date we raised over $35,000 in monetary & product donations for the fundraising partners we serve! We are pleased to currently be raising funds for these very special dog groups:
American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine Foundation
The ACVIM Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization which supports and advances the work of veterinary specialists in the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine (ACVIM). We do this by funding studies that will improve the diagnosis, prevention and treatment of animal diseases and increasing public awareness of veterinary specialty medicine. We also provide opportunities to improve training of veterinary residents and students and create partnership opportunities throughout the community of medicine. All of these efforts lead us toward our ultimate goal - healthier and longer lives for animals. Visit their website by clicking here: ACVIM Foundation.
BDRA - Blind Dog Rescue Alliance, Inc
BDRA is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that rescues and rehomes blind and visually impaired dogs throughout the USA. BDRA also focuses on educating the public about these special dogs. BDRA formed in August 2009 and to date has rescued over 50 vision impaired dogs. To learn more about BDRA go to Blind Dog Rescue Alliance.
BROOD Basset Rescue of Old Dominion
BROOD is a non-profit group doing Basset Hound rescue in VA, MD, DC, WV, & parts of DE and Southern PA. Their efforts are focused on rescuing adoptable Basset Hounds in danger of euthanasia. BROOD works collaboratively with animal shelters, animal control facilities and animal rescue organizations to identify, rescue, and place Basset Hounds in loving homes. They are 100% volunteer operated. For more about go to www.brood-va.org or click here: BROOD Basset Rescue of Old Dominion.
CTHAA - Closer to Home Animal Advocates
CTHAA, a 501(c)3 non-profit, is a group of caring individuals who work to find forever homes for Siberian Huskies, Alaskan Malamutes, & Norwegian Elkhounds and sometimes other breeds as their hearts lead them. They are dedicated to placing dogs that have been abandoned, neglected, or whose present homes cannot keep them any longer. All of the dogs are spayed or neutered, up-to-date on vaccinations, heartworm tested, and on heartworm preventative medication. CTHAA strives to find the best match between the dog and the new forever home. The goal is to place each dog into a permanent home where it will become loved and cared for member of the household. They do not have a shelter facility, all dogs are housed in foster homes. To see the the wonderful dogs for adoption go to Closer to Home Animal Advocates.
Detroit Bully Corps
Detroit Bully Corps (DBC) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit charitable organization. They rescue and rehabilitate the American Pit Bull Terrier and related breeds. Taking the fight to the streets and media. Changing the opinion of the breed through public outreach & education. They are NOT a fast-lane organization. Their true dedication is to the canines they protect. DBC is dedicated to taking care of the canines in the metro Detroit area. Countering the closed-minded and well-edited media clips we all see on the evening news. They like to deliver the WHOLE story, expose the real monsters: humans fighting, neglecting and abusing dogs. The amount of abuse and torture this breed endures, only to lick you in the face. To learn more and see their adoptable dogs go to Detroit Bully Corps.
Dog Aide's mission is to educate dog owners, identify needs of communities, supply owners with food and daily care items, provide access and financial help for routine veterinary care, and network with rescues and community organizations to help people get the food and financial assistance they need. They are the dog's aides, people who contribute to the fulfillment of a need or furtherance of an effort or purpose. "To aid" is a verb, "aide" is a noun. Being a part of Dog Aide is not what they do, it is who they are. Dog Aide's Education Core Principles: -Physical and Behavioral Health -Proper Containment -Permanent Identification -K-12 Education Seminars -Networking Saves Lives
To learn more about Dog Aide and the wonderful work they do go to Dog Aide.
Homeward Pet Adoption Center
Homeward Pet Adoption Center is one of the leading non-profit, no-kill animal shelters in Washington State. Theur mission is to give homeless animals a second chance through rescue, shelter and adoption. Located in Woodinville, Homeward Pet finds new homes for over 1600 cats and dogs, puppies and kittens every year. They are dedicated to providing excellent care to their animals, and great service to the two-legged visitors. To learn more about Homeward Pet and the great work they do in the community visit their website Homeward Pet Adoption Center.
HSHV -The Humane Society of Huron Valley
The HSHV is a 510(c)3 not-for-profit organization. We have been providing shelter and care for the strays in the Washtenaw County and surrounding areas since 1896. We care for over 10,000 dogs, cats, guinea pigs, gerbils, ferrets, and other small domestics every year. Sixty percent of our funding comes from generous individual and corporate donors. We do not receive funding aside from contracts with Washtenaw County, Plymouth and Canton which makes up only 10% of our budget. Our Cruelty & Rescue Department, Community Outreach and Harbor programs are 100% donor supported. During the month of July 2010 we adopted out over 400 animals. All our animals here are sterilized, vaccinated and micro chipped before they are adopted out.
To learn more about the HSHV and see the wonderful dogs, cats, & other animals for adoption visit their website The Humane Society of Huron Valley.
JNMRF - John Nelsen Moosedog Rescue Fund - Elkhound Rescue
JNMRF is a all volunteer organization dedicated to the rescue and rehoming of Norwegian Elkhounds and Elkhound mixes. A 501(c)3 organization that works with volunteers across the USA and Canada to find caring, loving homes. JNMRF does not have a kennel or shelter to house dogs so they depend on volunteer foster families to care for dogs until they are adopted. The fund provides money to pay for shelter fees, spay & neutering, heartworm checks, vaccinations, medical treatment, temporary housing and transportation in its effort to re-home these dogs. The long term goal of JNMRF is to provide a real shelter for Norwegian Elkhounds who are waiting to find their true "furever" family. To learn more and see the wonderful Elkhounds needing homes go to Norwegian Elkhound Rescue.
NLBR - New Life Boxer Rescue
New Life Boxer Rescue, a non-profit 501c3 organization, is dedicated to the preservation and enhancement of the lives of boxers who are at risk of being neglected, abused or forced to find new homes for reasons not in their control. As part of our goal of preventing cruelty to animals, the mission of NLBR is to provide a safe & loving environment in foster care while we seek new & permanent homes for these boxers. We provide medical care including but not limited to, spaying & neutering all boxers who come into our rescue. To learn more about NLBR go to New Life Boxer Rescue.
Mit Liebe German Shepherd Dog Rescue
Mit Liebe (which means "With Love" in German) German Shepherd Dog Rescue, based in WI, was founded in 1998 and over the the years they have rescued and saved the lives of hundreds of German Shepherd Dogs that were abused, abandoned, neglected or strays. They take the GSDs into rescue and have the dogs get a complete physical exam, spayed/neutered if needed, updated on shots, microchipped and given proper medical care. They then go to a foster home where they will live in the house as part of the family for at least 3 weeks to get to know the dogs' personality, house train them and teach basic obedience. The dog is then available for adoption. All applicants have references checked and a home visit performed. Each dog is matched with the appropriate the people and follow-up is done to ensure all is going well. The rescue also has an email newsletter that every adopter gets, offering news from the rescue and informs supporters of events and the need for volunteers. To learn more about Mit Liebe GSD Rescue go to Mit Liebe German Shepherd Dog Rescue.
Motor City Greyhound Rescue - MCGR
MCGR is comprised of many dedicated volunteers and supporters who share the passion of rescuing greyhounds and are opposed to the greyhound racing industry on the basis that it perpetrates thousands of needless canine deaths each year in addition to ongoing abuse, neglect and general inhumane treatment of thousands of greyhounds within the racing circuit. Their mission is to rescue greyhounds from abusive, dangerous and/or neglectful situations and place those dogs into permanent loving homes. Additionally they educate the public as to the racing industry's inhumane practices and as to the suitability of the racing greyhound as a pet. For more information go to their website by clicking here: Motor City Greyhound Rescue.
Pet Angels Rescue
Pet Angels Rescue of Oklahoma is a 501(c)3 no-kill organization whose motto is Helping them all Big or Small. Their main facility is located on a fenced acre that allows the animals to run freely in appropriate size play yards while also having access to sheltered buildings. With the help of donations and volunteers Pet Angels Rescue is able to help 500+ animals each year. The animals range from dogs, cats, exotic birds, pigs, horses, and random other critters. Although they have expertise in Northern breeds such as Huskies, Malamutes, and Shepherds they do not discriminate based on age, breed, or health of animal. Pet Angels gives each animal food, shelter, and quality medical attention. They provide each animal a safe place to rest their paws until their forever home comes along. The more support they receive from the community the more animals they can help. One of the biggest goals for Pet Angels Rescue is to educate the public on the proper care and training for animals. Finding forever homes is not about quantity, but rather quality. Pet Angels Rescue strives to find a good fit for the animal and the humans. To learn more about Pet Angels Rescue and their animals up for adoption visit: Pet Angels Rescue.
Sarge's Animal Rescue Foundation
Sarge's Animal Rescue Foundation, a 510(c)3 not-for-profit organization, exists through the generosity of many individuals and businesses and are supported by a community that cares. Located in Haywood County NC they serve the homeless animal population in their area. To learn more about them and see the animals for adoption visit their website by clicking here: Sarge's Animal Rescue Foundation.
Tri-State Basset Hound Rescue
Tri-State basset Hound Rescue, a non-profit organization is run exclusively by volunteers and 100% of the donations & fees they receive go provide necessary care to the homeless Basset Hounds including spay/neuter, vaccinations and medical care. They take in many dear senior Bassets & Basset mixes each year. All the rescues are cared for in foster homes and when a dog comes into rescue and the foster homes are full, the dogs are temporarily kenneled until a foster home becomes available. For more about them go to www.tristatebassets.org or click here: Tri-State Basset Hound Rescue.
Upper Midwest Great Dane Rescue
Upper Midwest Great Dane Rescue, a non-profit organization, was formed in December 2008 by a group of Great Dane lovers who desire to help homeless Great Danes in need. This all volunteer group lovingly give their time & efforts to help this magnificent breed. They provided foster homes, medical care, and behavioral assistance to homeless Great Danes in MN, IA, WI, & the Dakotas. In 2010 they assisted over 100 homeless Great Danes & Great Dane mixes. To learn more about this wonderful organization go to: www.thegreatdanerescue.com or click here: Upper Midwest Great Dane Rescue.