Often the word “rescue” is tossed around loosely like yesterday’s salad.  “Thank you for rescuing me from the boring meeting!” Or “Phew, I was rescued from that miserable date!” With K-9 Lifesavers, rescue truly means the difference between life and death.

Many of the dogs who we save on a daily basis come from horrid conditions with little chance for a future, and some of them are extreme cases. Our Critical Care Fund was established to save these precious souls.  Every dollar donated to our fund goes directly to the support of saving those who need extraordinary care, including some that require special medical treatments. Sometimes that means removing tumors, orthopedic surgeries, heartworm treatments, dental surgeries, critical care, and so much more. Every donation to our Critical Care fund is truly lifesaving – these innocent creatures would not survive without the procedures and services the fund is able to support. We cannot thank you enough for saving the lives of our Critical Care survivors – you are heroes!!


Needing Extraordinary Care: Colleen

Coleen is a beautiful momma who arrived with her litter. Sadly, it was obvious her leg is not right and x-rays have revealed that she needs expensive TPLO (tibial-plateau-leveling osteotomy) surgery. Her babies almost all found a home, and now this mom is hoping to be someone's baby herself. Please help us save her leg and increase her adoptability by donating towards her surgery.  Fundraising page link is: https://www.mightycause.com/story/Id76tf you can donate through our Paypal button located at the bottom of the page


Needing Extraordinary Care: Sandy

Sandy is a beautiful petite girl who was dumped in Georgia trailer park. People were feeding her scraps but once they realized that she was pregnant, they contacted local shelter to help get her to safety. We brought this girl in last week and she tested positive for heartworm. She will be having her babies soon, and once weened, we are hoping we can get her the life-saving heartworm treatment that she deserves. Please help us help her. Fundraising page link is: https://www.mightycause.com/story/Pef74f you can donate through our Paypal button located at the bottom of the page


Needing Extraordinary Care: Golda

Golda is a beautiful 30 pound young momma who was dumped with her litter in Georgia country side.  She arrived into our care with her four girls in tow, and is a wonderful momma who loves people and other dogs. She is also sadly heartworm positive. We would love to get her a life-saving heartworm treatment so she can found her furever happy after. Fundraising page link is: https://www.mightycause.com/story/Eotvlf you can donate through our Paypal button located at the bottom of the page


Needing Extraordinary Care: Family of 11 Needs Your Help

Wilma and her 10! puppies arrived to us from kill shelter in NC when they were four weeks old. They didn't receive almost any veterinarian attention the first four weeks of their life. Right after arrival, one of the pups had to be rushed to emergency vet because he wasn't eating and was severely anemic. His other sibling followed, and had to be hospitalized for two days receiving transfusion and staying overnights at emergency vet. The poor babies were diagnosed with every parasite on earth, and couple of them had a close call with death. They are now finally on the mend, and Wilma is being a wonderful momma to them. She gave us quite a scare herself, and required a vet trip as well, but is now on proper meds, gastro food and slowly recovering and gaining weight while still being an amazing mom to her brood. We desperately need help covering the vet bills for this family. Please consider a tax deductible donation towards their health!

Fundraising page link is: https://www.mightycause.com/story/Kcnt5f you can donate through our Paypal button located at the bottom of the page


Needing Extraordinary Care: James

Fundraising page link is: https://www.mightycause.com/story/O7xvff you can donate through our Paypal button located at the bottom of the page


Thank you for being a lifesaver!