We count on friends like you, and during this COVID-19 crisis, we need your help even more as the world comes together to give during GIVINGTUESDAY.
#GivingTuesdayNow, a global day of unity to take place on May 5, 2020, as a response to the unprecedented need caused by COVID-19.
There are over 300 dogs/puppies currently in our care, and some are needing medical care right now! They are dumped on the streets, abandoned, saved from kill shelters, and we get the calls to help we can't say no. All of them need help!
When Perri first arrived at Labs and More, she needed immediate attention for severe mange and was incredibly underweight (Scroll through to see her reverse progression. Warning- some of her photos are hard to look at). She had almost no fur, just one little tuft on the top of her head and one on her shoulder. We had no idea what her coat would look like, we just wanted to get her healthy, but look at this beautiful girl today! She's about 30 pounds, and we think a Terrier mix. Her foster mom says she will melt your heart with her kisses and snuggles! Perri is still on the road to recovery and won't be available for adoption for a few weeks, at least.
Her treatment has taken a lot of money and time. Please consider a donation to help keep us afloat at this challenging time so we can continue to say yes to dogs like Perri.
4 tiny puppies. They were used as bait dogs when they’re just old enough to learn to run—never receiving loving touch, pat on the head, scratch on the belly. These puppies are so traumatized at only 2 months old that they arrived terrified of their new foster parents.
One has a serious physical injury and has been released from the veterinary hospital and is recovering both physically and emotionally in a foster home with significant medical puppy experience (to even have fosters who are so experienced in dealing with such tiny lives with grave injuries is a heartbreaking necessity).
Another has been tested positive for parvo and spent four days in the veterinary hospital fighting for his life before being released to a foster.
The other two arrive soon and are assumed to be parvo positive as well. Parvo is a devastating disease, and the only chance of survival is hospitalization through the worst of it, followed by round-the-clock care from dedicated foster parents.
When we received the call to help these precious little lives, we knew we had to say yes, even though we knew the expense would be huge.
Please help us cover the cost of giving these little pups a fighting chance at survival- without supporters like you!