If you can’t foster or adopt a dog, there are still many ways you can help Ginger’s Pet Rescue. Here are just a few of them:

Your time:
  • Transportation for dogs to/from adoption events, vet clinics, etc.
  • Photography services – great pictures can help a dog get adopted; if you’re good with a camera we want your help!
  • Walk a dog in our boarding facility
  • Groom a dog
  • Be a Santa-Paws Foster to give a Foster a break for a few hours or days
  • Clip coupons for dog food, treats and supplies
  • Bake homemade dog biscuits
  • Post rescue photos and postings on your own website or social media channels
  • Conduct a home visit for Ginger’s Pet Rescue
  • Talk to all your friends about fostering and adopting dogs
  • Contact vets to encourage them to offer discounts to local rescue organizations
  • Write a column for your local newspaper or club newsletter on dogs on dogs currently looking for homes or ways to help rescue
  • Help plan and organize fundraising events
  • Help maintain records for dogs
  • Go to a foster’s home with your kids/dogs to help socialize a dog
  • Help a foster clean up the yard
  • Bring a dog to a DIY Grooming Facility
  • Lend your artistic talents to your club’s newsletter, fundraising ideas, t-shirt designs
  • Go to local businesses and solicit donations for a club’s fundraising event
  • Organize a rescued dog picnic or other event to reunite the rescued dogs that have been placed
Supplies we always need
  • Dog food and treats
  • Dog beds, towels, crate pads
  • Chew toys, nylabones, kong toys, hercules
  • Crates – folding, plastic, metal
  • Food and water bowls
  • Leashes, collars, halters
  • X-pens, baby gates
  • Grooming supplies – shampoos, brushes, ribbons
  • Medical Supplies (Advantage, Heartworm Pills, First Aid Kits, etc.)
  • Bleach or other cleaning products
  • Printer paper, envelopes, stamps
  • Doggy seatbelts
  • Dog toys
  • Training tools and clickers
  • Sheets of linoleum or other flooring materials
  • Loan your carpet steamcleaner to someone who has fostered a dog that was sick or not housetrained

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