Save Special Needs Puppies in the US

Goal: $ 50000

No of Donation: 603

 

 

Goal: $ 50000
Amount Raised: $ 25092.22
Remaining : $ 24907.78
No of Donation : 603
Category : Animals
Url : http://www.helporphanpuppies.org
Contact Number : 5182294513
Address : 147 Pannis Road
State : Delanson
City : NY
Country : US
Zipcode : 12053

Challenge

Special needs puppies are almost always euthanized due to the cost and time it takes to get them healthy and to the point where they are adoptable. We take in all types of special needs puppies, including blind, deaf, gun shot wounds, bottle babies, and multiple trauma.

Solution

Help Orphan Puppies, Inc is a rescue organization dedicated entirely to puppies. We accept all puppies into our program, regardless of abuse, injuries or medical needs, or breed. We believe that all puppies should be given an equal chance and most behavior problems later in life can be attributed to people, not the breed. Our puppies are allowed to develop and grow at their own pace. We do not place a time limit on our puppies, rather placing them when they are ready for their "forever home". All puppies are raised with people and others dogs of all sizes. We crate train all of our puppies. By not having too many puppies at one time, we learn their personalities and therefore are better able to match them with perspective adopters.
We are a special needs puppy rescue group that works with high kill kill shelters to save puppies that would otherwise be euthanized. These puppies are seen by specialists who work with us to save these puppies. We believe that all puppies deserve a chance at a wonderful life in a loving home, regardless of breed or special needs. We do not have a facility or kennel, which means that all of our puppies live in our homes with us.

Long-Term Impact

This project will allow us to continue to save these puppies from being euthanized. We have saved many puppies that have been placed in loving homes. Many of these puppies have gone on to become certified therapy dogs who work in their communities.

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