WDR and the Wagging Dogs & Cats 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 animals 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 and cats with broken and sick bodies requiring meds and surgeries, with special needs requiring ongoing care, and those who may need behavior modification before they are ready to meet their future families. In special instances, we may also accept a dog or cat 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 and cats in need.
To become a WDR Sponsor, please be sure to check the “make this a monthly donation” box. Thank you!
Our Monthly Sponsors
Angela & Junwin
Bounce and Family
Laurie & Figgie
Marci & Mark
Shannon & Michael
Shirley & John
The Weiss Family
Our Forever Foster Animals
Queen Elizabeth passed away on July 18, 2020 surrounded by her forever foster family, and drifted peacefully over the rainbow bridge ♥♥♥
This precious little butterfly is Queen Elizabeth!! QueenE is a senior snuggler with the energy of a dog half her age! She goes goes goes until she drops! She’s an independent gal who doesn’t require much beyond a loving set of arms to catch as she falls into a deep slumber. We rescued Queenie on February 6, 2019 and she’s doing so well with excellent vet care and loving caregivers.
Queen Elizabeth has an amazing forever foster family. She is starting to have a bit of doggy dementia and we think it is better for her to stay with her foster parents and not make any drastic changes for the old gal, so she will remain a permanent WDR foster dog.