Alaska has been diagnosed as Heartworm and Lyme Disease positive.
Alaska's treatment is estimated around $2000, and will last until June. He has currently gone through his first round of antibiotics and is preparing for his hospitalization for his melarsomine injections at the end of February. We need your support to help Alaska recover and go back to being his happy, playful self!
RuPaul came into care in January, and upon arriving in care we noticed a large mass on his back right leg. We quickly booked RuPaul into our vet to do a cytology, mass removal and biopsy. RuPaul was diagnosed as having a grade 1 sarcoma, but fortunately not affecting surrounding cells.
RuPaul's treatment has cost $1350. We would appreciate any support to help cover RuPaul's mass removal surgery and diagnostics.
Training & Development
Our foster homes come from all backgrounds, however a lot of our new foster homes have limited experience working with and training dogs. We pride ourselves with providing all the support our foster homes need to set their foster dogs up for success.
We have a few wonderful trainers that have put together a comprehensive training program that is perfect for our new intakes. We strive to eliminate any additional costs for our foster homes. We would love your support to sponsor our new foster homes to receive training and guidance from our experienced trainers. The training program costs $100+tax per foster home, but any donation helps!
TLC always welcomes donations! See below for a list of our most needed items, we also welcome items not listed. If you have items you wish to donate, please contact us for drop off or pick up. Items TLC frequently needs include:
• Monetary Donations
• Towels & Blankets
• Collar and leashes (sets are encouraged)
• Large crates
• Puppy pads
• Bowls (Stainless steel)
• Laundry detergent
• Multi purpose cleaner
• Paper towels
• Gift Cards (e.g. pet stores, Canadian Tire, grocery stores)
To arrange a pick up/ drop off of your donate, please contact us at