Featured Pet: Steve
Steve, also called Baxter, is a medium-sized, two and a 1/2 year old shepherd/cattle dog mix who has lots of energy and needs a job! He would work well as an only dog or one with older children as he wants to ‘herd’ others. He does great on the leash and lays nicely when transporting in the car. He has been neutered, microchipped and is up to date on vaccinations. If you have an active home, please consider adding Steve to your family.
The adoption fee of $175 helps with medical expenses incurred by the Rescue.
If you want to meet him, please fill out an on-line application at helpadogsmile.org and we will contact you so that you can meet this handsome guy.
Education: Make a donation without spending any extra money!
Happy New Year!
We are thrilled to announce that we found furever homes for over 125 animals in 2015! We would not have been able to do this without the support of our amazing volunteers and fosters. We would also like to thank everyone who made monetary donations. These donations go directly towards the care of the animals, and we could not exist without adequate funds for medical procedures and boarding care.
Did you know that you can donate to Help a Dog Smile without spending any extra money?
If you shop at Fry’s Food Stores and have a free VIP account, you can donate to Help a Dog Smile each time you shop. Simply go tohttps://www.frysfood.com/topic/new-community-rewards-program , sign in to your account and enter Help a Dog Smile as your charity of choice. Once you’ve done that, Fry’s will donate a percentage of what you spend directly to Help a Dog Smile each time you shop!
Amazon has also accepted Help a Dog Smile as a charity partner, and will donate a percentage of what you spend directly to our organization. All you have to do is go to https://smile.amazon.com/ and sign in with your regular Amazon user name and password. Once you are signed in, enter Help a Dog Smile as your charity, and you’re done!
We are so grateful to Fry’s and Amazon for partnering with us.
Every little bit helps and we can all do something: volunteer, foster, donate, shop, network and advocate. Let’s make 2016 a great year for the animals!