Education · Support · Rescue · Shelter · Wheelchair Assistance
|Meet the Blind
dogs at Pets with Disabilities
Living with a blind dog is very similar to living with a sighted dog -
many of the blind dogs at the rescue where born blind, so they are
fearless in their movements and have acute hearing and smelling
senses. They may bump into something, but it's usually only
once. When we open the apartments doors - they come out the door,
down the hall, and into the yard without missing a beat. They will
all jump up on their futon beds, and they like toys, and some how they
always know where their person is for the hugs and belly rubs. We
really like our blind rescues to have a fenced yard and railings on any
stairways. We encourage you to open your heart to a blind dog - they
will repay you with their huge heart!!
Age: 7-8 years
Breed/Weight: Border Collie, 35 pounds
Ben was brought into a Pittsburgh shelter as a stray. Ben's
journey to our rescue was a tough one for him. He was
obviously very neglected for months if not years.. he was thin,
blind and landed in shelter where he was exposed to a deadly respiratory
virus. We had him admitted for a few nights at a local Pittsburg
hospital, where he received IV antibiotics and fluids. When Ben was
finally stable enough to travel down to Maryland, we continued treatment at our hospital. Gentle Ben has rebounded very
quickly here, and has received a clean bill of health!
is a fabulous border collie - very connected to his people. He is
extremely sweet and has the mature border collie brain. He's not showing
alot of interest in toys yet, but that might change in his home. Ben
would enjoy a mild, balanced canine friend or could be the only dog
doing everything with his person. He can be easily shut down by a
very strong dog. His coat is absolutely gorgeous. He's happy
to go to anyone that calls his name, for an introduction and good
cuddle. If you now anything about the border collie breed - Ben is
the classic, old soul, heart kind of dog. We are very anxious for
him to find his new family, he deserves to be in a home that appreciates
have taken Ben to our eye specialist, "Ben's eyes are
not visual, his loss is permanent and no therapy is needed. Although his
eyes look unusually he is NOT uncomfortable."
If you are interested in meeting Ben, please complete our Adoption
A VOLUNTEER: Ben
is quite a special little boy. He is as beautiful as he is sweet! Ben
was in need of a bath yesterday and I volunteered. He was such a good
boy!! I took him outside to shake and dry off . He then laid in the warm
sun to dry and he graciously let me brush him. He is a very neutral dog.
He seems to love everybody, dog or human. I could brag about Ben all day
long. His blindness is an after thought to me. You see I have a blind
dog from PWD. A blind dog can be not much different than a sighted one.
Their other senses become more attuned and if I didn't know better I'd
swear sometimes my blind dog can actually see! Ben has such a positive
attitude. I would love to see Ben get adopted. I think Bens needs are
very simple. Love me and I'll love you eternally
Thank you to Yvette
Broussal for being an angel to Ben
Age: 1 year old
Breed/Weight: Poodle Mix, 15 pounds
Wilson was a stray found in Baltimore County.
I met Wilson amongst all the barking dogs in their kennels, I
could see this ball of matted dirty fur in his cage. Many dogs
would cower, especially the blind ones, however Wilson was different,
he allowed us to put the lead on him and he trotted right out as if to
say "where have you been? I have have things to do!" I had to
keep asking myself "is this pup really blind?" He
seems so confident and self assured. Wilson has the cutest personality
and is a very happy pup! We believe Wilson would fit into any family -
he loves people and wants to play with pups!
is doing great at the rescue, very tuned into humans and will follow your
voice, loves his toys. We are so happy here is safe with us
and is now ready to find his forever family.
If you are interested in meeting Wilson, please complete our Adoption
Thank you to
an angel to Wilson
|Meet the Deaf dogs
at Pets with Disabilities
Living with a deaf dog has many advantages! You can come in the
front door, put your coat and bags down, before they know you're there and
the greetings begin. They are not thunderphobic. The door bell
does not create chaos. Deaf dogs create a tremendous bond with their
guardians - all communication is done with sight, so their eyes are always
"on you". We have met many people that have enjoyed
learning "doggie sign language" and gotten creative in their
heart connections to their dogs. Deaf dogs seem to wag their tails
as hard as any hearing dog, they love to chase their toys, cuddle, get
belly rubs, and be with their person. If you'd like a companion that
won't complain about your singing voice or how loud you keep the TV - but
will completely bond to your heart and moods - experience the
special relationship the deaf dogs love to have.
has gone home! A former adopter that attended our recent
fundraiser felt an instant connection to Skip's picture and bio noted on
our information board. She decided to be his angel and then took
"angeling" to a whole new level and adopted Skip today!
She is an incredible person who now has opened up her heart and a safe
home to 3 deaf dogs, all rescued! Two dogs from PWD
and another from a shelter in Hawaii. Skip will share his life with Jack
and Bennie and a fabulous fur mom! We have already received our
first report from Skip's adopter!
and the games have begun. Skip has taken control of
the couch, in a king of the mountain sort of way, although Jack
sneaks on and Skip is fine with that. Skip likes toys and digging
in the couch. And he doesn’t jump off the couch, he puts his front
paws on the floor and drags the rest of him off. Basically, Skip LOVES
the couch. He has already mastered the doggie door AND for
the right reasons has gone in and out several times today!
Friends have already come to visit, andl fell in love with my new
fur companion. Thank you
for rescuing Skip!"
Age: 1 year old
Disability: Deaf, Partial blindness
Breed/Weight: Aussie/Sheltie mix, 35 pounds
Skip was found as a stray and brought to a Maryland shelter. A
little info on pups like Skip… Skips exists because of a bad
breeding. He is considered a lethal white, although a beautiful
dog, their breeders soon find out their pretty blue eyes can't see and/or
they are deaf. In Skip's case, he is deaf and blind in one eye.
There are many dogs like him who will never make it into a loving home
but Skip somehow made it to PWD and we will find him a loving and safe
aka Speedy, is extraordinary in his determination and
capabilities. He is quick, smart, very agile, has a huge ball
drive, and we believe could be a great agility dog. Skip is a fun dog
always ready and willing to partake in canine fun. His canine spirit has
certainly added an extra spark to the rescue and has injected a youthful
energy into our senior pups! He will be a very loyal partner to his new
would do best in an active home with a very playful hearing buddy. Hard
fencing is a requirement and no children under 15 years old. He is good
Thank you to Brenda
for being an angel to Skip
Thank you to
for being an angel to Skip
Disability: hearing impaired
Breed/Weight: Lab/basset mix 70 pounds
Simon was a stray at our local shelter.
spent over 3 months at our shelter, with no rescue or adopter wanting to
help him. His canine spirit was broken and he desperately needed
is looking for his forever retirement home. He is a very
independent soul, whose demands are few, a warm bed, a leisurely stroll
around the yard, respect and love! We are happy to see him finally
reconnecting to humans, wagging his tail when we approach him,
wanting to spend some time with us.
has been vetted and is a very healthy senior dog - a complete senior
"work up" showed no impending health issues. We hope Simon can
spend his senior days with a person who enjoys and appreciates the
wisdom of a senior dog with an awesome pair of EARS! Simon would
do best as a solo dog or with female a friend.
If you are interested in meeting
please complete our Adoption
||Thank you to Tanya Gott
for being an angel to Simon.
|Meet the the 3
legged dogs and dogs with other physical disabilities - at Pets
We know these dogs have physical "disabilities" you can see -
but they certainly don't have a disabled spirit. They manage their
missing leg or physical imperfection without missing a beat. Their
hearts are open, their eyes bleeding for acceptance. They may not be
running marathons, but they will win your heart.
Age: 8 months
Disability: 3 legged
Breed/Weight: 9 pounds, small border terrier mix
Mighty Heidi was a stray - a good Samaritan found her with a very bad
injury to her back leg and brought her into one of our local
shelters. I received a late email from very concerned shelter
volunteer looking for a rescue to take Heidi and the next day she
arrived safely at PWD!
might only be 9 pounds but when you say terrier that adds another "extra
40 lbs" to her personality! She has a bouncy bubbly personality
that will put a smile on any face! She has settled well here,
frolicking with new friend Wilson, the blind poodle. She is
sweet, smart and so happy to be finally pain free! She is still a
puppy, loves to be held, we simply all adore this little wee one, and
hope we can find her a loving home quickly!
one shelter employee noted, "I miss her already, if I did
not have my limit I would have welcomed her home. Please find her
an awesome home and send us updates."
If you are interested in meeting Heidi, please complete our Adoption
A big thank you to Anna, for taking time to contact us and for the
speedy transport to our rescue
rescued Molly last February from an area shelter, with an old injury.
Thru time, patience and a very successful surgery, Molly's broken bone
has finally healed and her foster family adopted her this week!
A huge thank you to her family who provided the "last leg" of
her recovery, and totally fell in love with her while caring for her.
Congrats to Molly and her family!
Age: 8 yrs old
Disability: Broken front leg
Breed/Weight: Border collie/ 65lbs (needs to lose 15lbs!)
Molly was hit by a car and her family was unable to manage the necessary
vet bills to help her. She was relinquished to a shelter that
works with us in MD. We are thrilled to have her.
is a classic, sweet, connected border collie. She is such a
pleasure to share some time with - always so happy and very willing to
please. She needs to lose some weight, especially to manage her
injured leg better. If you're looking for a new best friend, a dog to
introduce to friends, family and other dogs, Molly is your girl.
She would love to be an active participant in any family.
She will not be placed with children under the age of 7 - as with many
border collies - toddlers can confusing.
will need to be leash walked for about 6 weeks to see if the plate in
her leg will stabilize the old injury. We would appreciate any
financial assistance to handle her extensive vet bills.
is ready to find a new home! We are finally seeing a
bright light at the end of a long winter here with Sam. We received
a final and successful medical report from his vet, "Sam's
inflammatory bowel condition has been managed and is stabilized, with
current medications and diet, we have determine what is now normal for
him, is working well, and he seems to be back to the the happy dog
we once remembered!"
would like to thank Dr. Giuffre, Chesapeake Animal Clinic, for taking
weekly if not daily phone calls from us to discuss Sam's condition. We
are all celebrating his recovery here, and hope that we can find a
special person for this awesome dog!
Age: 5 years old
Breed/Weight: 60 pounds, Hound
Disability: Front leg deformities
Sam was adopted 4 years ago and thru no fault of his own has returned to Pets with Disabilities. The adopter's life
changed and they were no longer able to give Sam the attention and time he
Sam! After being away for while Sam has settled nicely
back into our rescue. He certainly loves the canine spirit
and is now reconnecting quickly to the human spirit. The first day
of his arrival, we found Sam curled up with one of our resident 3
legged dogs, Oscar. It was absolutely adorable! Sam has very unique front legs, most likely born this way.
Although it looks awkward for us to watch him walk and run - this
is Sam's normal. He is a bit older now, but still enjoys his daily
walks around the rescue yard and then seems content to sit on the
porch and watch the dogs play around him! He has a heart of gold, a
gentile sweet demeanor and the Sam we knew 4 years ago is starting to
shine thru! He also loves warm baths! We
promised Sam, we would find a new family that has canine companionship
and will truly appreciate the hound spirit and his
endearing front legs! Sam is great with children, but NOT good
Sam is ready to find a new home! We are finally seeing a bright light at the
end of a long winter with Sam. We received a
final and successful report from his vet, "Sam's inflammatory bowel condition has been
managed and is stabilized, with current medications and diet, we have
determine what is now normal for him, is working well, and he
seems to be back to the the happy dog we once remembered!"
PWD would like to thank Dr. Giuffre, Chesapeake
Animal Clinic, for taking weekly if not daily phone calls from
us to discuss Sam's condition. We are all
celebrating his recovery, and hope that we can find a special
person for this awesome dog!
If you are interested in meeting
him, please complete our Adoption
Thank you to Paulette
Bocianfor being SAM's angel!
Thank you to Natasha
Allen for being SAM's angel!
Age: 8 years old
Breed/Weight: Lemon Beagle, 25 pounds
Janie was a stray out our local shelter.
Janie IS not physically disabled, our hearts went out to help this
little girl that landed in our local shelter with extreme medical needs.
She was at the shelter for almost a month with NO group or adopter
wanting to take her on. Besides routine vet care, Janie had tumors all
over her body and was in desperate need of dental care. We stepped
up on her behalf to get all the necessary vet care; her tumors
were removed, dental was done and now she is a happy healthy girl,
ready for her new home! She is being fostered by a very caring
person who has helped Janie recuperate from all her recent surgeries.
Her foster mom says she is extremely sweet, loves and enjoys the
company of other dogs, good with cats and totally devoted to
people! Janie loves to explore the outside, so hard fencing is required.
became a shelter favorite and they rejoiced when we came in to rescue
her and so happy we did!
If you are interested in meeting
please complete our Adoption
||Thank you to Robin
Davis for being an angel to Janie.
Thank you to Bonnie and
John Yurga for being an angel to Barney.
you Millie Coleman Groobey for being Barney's
our sweet 3 legged pup, Betty was adopted this past weekend! The
adopters fell instantly in love with her and she fit right into their
canine family like a glove! Betty will share her life with 2
rescued labs and a very rescue friendly family!
got a recent update, from her
adopters. " I can't thank you enough and I certainly
understand how it was baffling why someone had not scooped her up
sooner! We all love her to pieces already and who wouldn't.
She settles everyday, and we love her so much."
of us at PWD could not be a
happier for Betty!
Age: 3 year old
Disability: 3 legged
Breed/Weight: Puggle/Beagle Mix - 25lbs
Betty was hit by a car and brought into a West Virginia shelter. A small
advocacy group pulled her and contacted PWD.
for us and Betty, she was in a foster home before she arrived, so we
have learned a lot about this awesome dog! We received a nice note from
her foster mom, "Betty had a good life at some point in her
past but has fallen on very hard times. She ended up in a shelter after
being hit by a car and had to have her rear leg amputated. She has
healed well and is in great health and is the happiest little girl.
Beth came to us completely housebroken and knows how to sit,
lay down, and shake. She does great on walks and car rides. Beth
loves other dogs and was phenomenal my 2 children ages 3 and 5.
I completely trusted her with my kids. I can't say enough about
how wonderful this dog is! All love and no trouble. She will
make wonderful companion to a lucky family."
is sweet as can be, goes with the flow of the rescue, loves the
companionship of other dogs. A fun, easy going dog that will fit
into anyone's canine family. Betty would prefer a home with no
an awesome weekend here at PWD! Another long timer,
Ozzie, has been adopted and landed in a GREAT home!
This couple, adopted Skye a feral deaf dog from us a few
years back and noticed Ozzie on our adoption board at our last
fundraiser, scratching their heads ( like we all were) wondering why
he was still with us! Well I guess he was
waiting for the best and he got it! Nancy and Ross, fell in love
with our boy and he went home this past weekend! Such an honor for
us when adopters come back to add to their fur family! Thank you
from all of us at PWD! Please keep us updated on Ozzie's new
Ozzie sent us a note
this morning, Thank you for giving me a chance, that others did
not, maybe it was my heartworm or my one eye. I love my new
home, I have my own toys and treats but most of all I
adopted a great new family! And
now a just one word from his new fur parents, "Awesome!"
Age: 4 years old
Disability: visually impaired in right eye
Breed/Weight: Yellow lab mix, 50 pounds
Ozzie was brought into a rural overcrowded shelter as a stray. Meet
Ozzie, a gorgeous fluffy white pup. We have no idea how Ozzie
up in a high kill shelter because he's so fantastic. PWD is so
happy to have him here, safe. Ozzie has warmed up quickly to his new
human and canine friends. As each day goes by and we get to know
Ozzie better, we find him to be a very playful energetic smart boy,
sweet, and at times a bit submissive. He settles quickly in his
apartment and is housebroken! Thank
you Terri and John and the volunteers at Martha's Mutts Movers in
assisting in Ozzie's rescue.
being an angel to Ozzie
Age: 3 years old
Disability: Luxating patellas
Breed/Weight: Doberman mix
Charley was found as a stray. He was picked up and return to the
same shelter he was adopted from 3 years earlier as a puppy. The
shelter staff hearts sunk when they saw Charley's condition. A
body that should have weighed 70 pounds weighs only 40 pounds. He
was skin and bones and walking like an old man. They rallied around this
boy, contacted many rescues, and we responded and said yes. Charley
is true survivor. Somehow he made it BACK to the safety of
the same shelter that adopted him out 3 years earlier. The shelter
manager was so sad to see this once vibrant puppy come back 3 years
later in this horrid condition - emaciated - and by the
look of his physical condition, might have spent much of his life
in a crate too small for him. After the shelter sent me his video,
we felt the need to reach out and give this dog some human kindness. When he left the shelter, he ended up in the hospital, we believe
he most likely gobbled up too much food at the shelter, it was too much
for his GI system to handle. As his internist explained to us,
his condition was grave and she was also sad to see a young dog
in this condition. Charley surprised us all and rebounded in a few
days and was able to be transported to Pets with Disabilities. He walked thru our gates and we all just started crying, we knew
he was our project in so many ways.
face says it all, he has a strong handsome face and his eyes are
worth a thousand words! He so appreciates where he has landed! With every morsel of nutrients that goes into his body, we can all tell
he is getting stronger and stronger. He loves his new orthopedic
beds, loves pets and is beginning to learn how to socialize with
his 4 legged (and 3 legged) buddies. A very smart boy that has
learned a lot about dogs and humans in a very short period of time.
His body is beginning to fill out, his physical gate is getting better,
but Charley's back legs will always look a little different then most
dogs. The good news is Charley does not seem to be in
any pain and finally has the freedom to exercise and strengthen all of
his muscles, he is stretching and beginning to jump up on his hind legs.
He handles direction very well and will be a very loyal friend.
the kindness of strangers, Charley now has a 2nd chance at
life where he will be loved and be safe. A big thank you to
Lauren Flory, Martha's Mutts Movers, Terri and John Holder.
We want to thank John
& Bonnie Yurga
for being an angel to Charley.
being Charley's angel
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All the dogs at Pets with Disabilities, have special needs, otherwise they would not be here. In today's society
dogs and cats can no longer get sick, old or physically disabled. Whether they were abandoned, rejected or someone's life
changed and they no longer fit in, they are counting on us to help them transition to a new life. They will either stay with
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|Meet the New
Arrivals - at Pets
The following dogs have recently arrived at PWD - like all of our dogs,
they will spend the next several weeks being evaluated by our vet team,
appointments made, surgeries (if necessary) scheduled, and given lots of
TLC for any recovery time needed. They will also spend some time
understanding the routine at the rescue - and getting comfortable enough
for us to get to know them and determine the best type of home suited for
each dog. If you are interested in any of these dogs - we encourage
you to fill out an adoption application
and we'll keep you informed of their progress. As with ALL of our
dogs - we appreciate any financial support - especially for these initial
weeks of vet care.
Age: 3 years old
Disability: visual impaired
Breed/Weight: herding mix - 35lbs
Odie was a stray and landed in a Pa shelter
came to PWD via another rescue when it was thought he was going blind.
He is a complex medical case and will be with us a while as we figure
things out for him. A perfectly healthy dog six months ago now
visually impaired and experiencing hearing loss. He is a friendly dog,
not engaging with the other dogs, but very neutral. He is learning the routine
of the rescue and in the typical spirit of these breeds, is showing a
determination to live life and connect to people. Odie is
scheduled to have a consult with a neuro specialist this month.
consider being an ANGEL for Odie!
Age: 2 years
Disability: Amputation scheduled
Breed/Weight: Black mix, 46 pounds
Daryl was picked up as a stray in a small rural North Carolina
shelter. A local advocacy group pulled him, and contacted us
immediately to help. Daryl's leg is most likely from an old injury
that never was treated. He will be ready and available for
adoption 2 weeks after his surgery is completed. Surgery is scheduled
exhibits all the wonderful characteristics of the Labrador!
He was fostered for a week until he was moved safely to us, his
foster family sent us some info about the time he spent with them. They
fell in love with him! "Daryl is a very happy
friend guy! The first night in our home introductions to our dogs
and our neighbors dogs went very well. He instantly fit
right in, almost as if he was part of our family for a long time. He is
very smart boy and listens extremely well. He loves to run or play
or will be satisfied just to hang out with the family. An
affectionate dog who loves to cuddle. He likes car
rides and does excellent in the car. This dog will instantly grab your
big thank you to Friends of Edgecombe County Animal shelter for
volunteering their time to help the homeless dogs at their local shelter
and for transporting Daryl safely to PWD.
Breed/Weight: Aussie mix 40 pounds
Abe was found in the overnight drop area at an rural Ohio shelter.
is a very neglected senior whose demands are few... a good meal, a
warm bed, a couple of long strolls around the yard and lots of love.
Abe will spend some time with us as he needs to gain some weight,
get regular vetting and have his eyes examined to see if
there is a possibility we can remove his cataracts so Abe might regain
some vision. Abe is the nicest and kindest dog anyone could ever
encounter, he just goes with the flow and gets along with
Abe was transported to PWD, he spent a week with wonderful friends
of PWD, and this is what they had to say about Abe. "Abe
was such a great house guest and appears to be housebroken, (he
had no accidents in our home). He loves to be by people and would wag
his tail constantly especially when he was being petted. His
favorite place was to lay by my feet. He was an extremely quite
dog and walked well on a leash, just needing some gentle guiding
hands. Abe is a gentle soul and has left a lasting
impression in our hearts."
Age: 2 years old
Breed/Weight: Golden/ lab Mix
Brody was in a "hoarding" situation, all their dogs were
confiscated and relinquished to animal control.
of Brody's neglected past he came to us physically and mentally broken.
Expecting a young vibrant blind pup, Brody was a far cry from this. He
was withdrawn, shy, very thin, and his spirit was gone. As each day goes
by we are seeing a new Brody begin to flourish, tail is wagging
more and more, he is beginning to speak to us, and eating great! He
craves human attention, is good with other dogs and definitely has
quickly learned the rescue routine.
Brody has severe heartworm due to his past neglect and will not be
available for adoption until treatment is finished and his health is on
the mend. His heartworm treatment will start July 20.
disease is SO easy to prevent - and so expensive to treat! Without
treatment, the disease will eventually kill the dog. We need
FOUR ANGELS for Brody's treatment - thank you for an donation to his
Thank you to
Susan Meserve for being
an angel to Brody
at PWD currently unavailable for adoption
HEALING NOW UNDERWAY
These DOGS are currently NOT
AVAILABLE FOR ADOPTION
dogs will have extended time at the rescue for healing, rehab or
Pets with Disabilities needs on-going operational
funds to support the care for these dogs.
Along with being physically disabled, these dogs
were neglected in other ways and need extra
care from us; or dogs that need to be quarantined and
or dogs come to us with emotional
scars and need some extra TLC.......
We hope in time these dogs will come around and a forever home will be found.
We cannot carry the load alone. Please
generously support Pets with Disabilities. Thank
|Ruby is temporarily
unavailable as we evaluate what is needed for her medically. The
vet team is analyzing all of her medical tests - and are thrilled to see
her out and moving every day.
Disability: Broken pelvis
Breed/Weight: Border Collie/ 35lbs
Ruby was scheduled to be euthanized within hours of her owners dropping
her off at a PA shelter. She was included in the daily "plea for
help" that the shelter sends out - and phone calls were made to
were told she was blind - but she CAN SEE! We were told she couldn't
walk, but she can get herself up. She does seem to have some trauma in
her past, possibly a broken pelvis that did not heal properly. She is a
pure bred border collie - so, one look in those golden eyes shows the
spirit and determination to overcome her damaged body. She is
tremendously sweet and will obviously need some extensive veterinary
has almost NO muscle mass in her back legs - we have no idea the last
time she was allowed to be out running around - but in the true spirit
of the border collie, the tennis ball is a HUGE motivator. Ruby is
chasing her tennis ball everyday, and getting a little stronger each
day. She's had several medicated baths to address her skin issue -
and we are evaluating any other medical needs. She is completely
connected to people and just a delight to have at the rescue. She
may go up for adoption when it's determined she is as healthy as she can
look forward to sharing her progress and would appreciate ANY financial
support on her behalf.
Thank you to
Cindy and Sam
an angel to Ruby
that have a permanent home at PWD
dogs are not available for adoption,
but of course need to be cared for everyday by the sole caretaker at the
Annie - wheelchair dog
Kiri - wheelchair dog
Ernie - wheelchair dog
Dixie - wheelchair dog
Maddie - wheelchair dog
Huey - Deaf Dog
Sandy - broken back
Megan - Blind dog
Pierce - Club fee
Candy - 3 legged
here to meet the PWD residents
With 10 permanent
resident's we have limited space - and very limited resources to
add dogs to the rescue program. We can only take ADOPTABLE
disabled dogs - with no temperament issues. We will always provide
whatever assistance we can - but, that won't always mean we have room at
Pets with Disabilities.
the Duke & Misty Memorial Fund
The sole purpose of
& Misty Memorial Fund is
to provide funding to support the needs of paralyzed wheelchair
dogs. These funds will be used to purchase wheelchairs for needy
families wanting to keep their dogs, for educational and support
resources, and to seek out extraordinary
people to help dogs like Duke and Misty find their way to a better life.
This is surely a great way to honor their life.
Rescue Magnet, Design M3
$6.00 including shipping
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$6.00 including shipping
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