Our Sponsors

WDR and the Wagging Dogs are grateful to all of our contributors who aid us financially in our efforts to save lives. We spend lots more on veterinary care for our new rescued dogs than we take in with adoption fees so monetary donations are a defining part of the scope of our work.

Because of the generosity of our supporters, Wagging Dog Rescue is able to rescue dogs with broken and sick bodies requiring meds and surgeries, dogs with special needs requiring ongoing care, and dogs who need behavior modification before they are ready to meet their future families. In special instances, we may also accept a dog into our family as a Forever Foster Dog. These dogs might have a terminal illness or a very special need, making them extremely difficult and/or unadvisable to place. We believe all lives on this earth deserve to know dignity, security and love. Our donors help provide for these lives as well.

We couldn’t do it without you. Thank you for being a pillar of support in WDR’s ongoing mission to spread compassion and help orphaned dogs in need.

Our Monthly Sponsors

Beryl S.

Bounce and Family

Heather D.

Jenn F.

Jennifer C.

Laurie & Figgie

Lisa F.

Marci & Mark

Nancy E.

The Weiss Family

Penny D.

Regina H.

Robin Z.

Shannon & Michael

Shirley & John

Our Forever Foster Animals

Picture of Forever Foster Dog Grampa

Say hello to Sly! Yep, we have a Forever Foster Cat named Sylvester. His friends call him Sly. He’s an incredibly affectionate super senior around 15 years old who was originally rescued through WDR’s Barn Cat Program. It was immediately apparent that this old guy wouldn’t survive for much longer outside on his own and in renal failure to boot, so he’s now a permanent part of the rescue. We don’t know how much time Sly has left, but thanks to medical care and nutritious food, he’s a completely different old man than the one who first came to us.

Sylvester has a foster spot in an outdoor cat enclosure, but we’re pretty sure he’d love to spend his final days inside someone’s house, on someone’s lap. He’s looking for an indoor forever foster home. Sly takes a renal supplement twice daily and will remain a permanent WDR foster cat.

Picture of Forever Foster Dog Cinnabun

This sweet lil dessert is Cinnabun!! She’s a petite senior lap warmer who is comfort-food in dog form – warm, sweet, and only sticky in that she’ll stick with you! In fact if you can’t find Cinnabun, she’s probably right behind you, gazing adoringly up and wondering what fun places you’ll go together next. We rescued Bun on July 30, 2017 and she’s doing amazing with excellent vet care and loving caregivers.

Cinnabun found an amazing forever foster family. She takes heart meds twice a day to keep her ticker going strong and will remain a permanent WDR foster dog.