Specific Fundraisers

Clover's Fundraiser

We received a call from another shelter last night that they had a puppy that was going to be euthanized at 6 pm as they had no medical staff there to take care of her after 6. The puppy was lethargic and the person that brought her in said she had been having seizures and didn’t give any other info. It was literally 5:55 pm and without any hesitation, we decided to at least give her a fighting chance. This innocent puppy is only 7 weeks old and we think she deserves a chance. A wonderful vet technician drove her from Philly to us. She began having seizures at 2 hr intervals and we spent the night in the ER. She really needs your prayers and support. We sure don’t need more medical bills at the moment, but we simply couldn’t turn our backs and say no. We desperately need funds to help her survive, if that’s even possible, because we still don’t have any idea as of yet to the cause of her seizures. After 4 medical cases in 2 months this is the last thing we needed right now, but how can you not give her a fighting chance? We named this sweet girl Clover  
 
Please help support Clover and other urgent medical cases by donating if you can. Without the support of our wonderful followers, we sadly won’t be able to continue to say yes when we get these urgent last minute pleas for help. 
 
Multiple ways to donate:
Click the link below to donate online through Square
 
 
You can also mail a check to:
The Sanctuary at Haafsville
PO Box 921
Fogelsville, PA 18051
(Please write "Clover" in the memo line)
 
Or stop by during our open hours every Saturday from 10 to 2 to donate in person

Kimchi's Fundraiser

Kimchi's short 2.5 yrs on this planet have not been easy ones for him. Where most dogs are being loved on and pampered in their homes, Kimchi lived his life on an Amish farm while he was used as a puppy making machine for them. When the Amish no longer have a need for dogs on their farm, rescues and shelters like ours step up to help pull them, sight unseen and also without knowing at times what medical issues they may have. When Kimchi arrived, we knew rather quickly that there was something not right with his breathing.
 
Once he was seen at our vet, it was determined that he had brachycephalic airway syndrome. Brachycephalic Obstructive Airway Syndrome (BOAS) is a breed-related disorder that means affected animals cannot breathe normally and this significantly compromises their welfare. Animals affected by brachycephaly (having a flat face) include French Bulldogs like Kimchi. He recently had the much needed surgery to correct this medical issue and currently he is recuperating in his foster with intent to adopt home and they report that he is doing well.
 
Lately we have taken on a few dogs with unknown medical issues at the time of intake, only to discover later that they will require much needed surgeries in order to give them a better quality of life. This has really taken it's toll financially on our organization. But how can we say no to helping? We simply can't turn our backs and we try to help as often as we can, but we can't do it alone and that's where we count on the generosity of our caring and amazing sanctuary followers like you to help!
 
If you are able to help with the expense of Kimchi's surgery, please donate what you can. We truly appreciate each and every donation we receive and it helps us to continue supporting dogs in their time of medical need.
 
There are multiple ways to donate:
Click the link below to donate online
 
You can also mail a check to:
The Sanctuary at Haafsville
PO Box 921
Fogelsville, PA 18051
(Please write "Kimchi's surgery" on the memo line)
 
Or stop by during our open hours every Saturday from 10 to 2 to donate in person

Angel's Fundraiser

Angel was left at a city shelter and it wasn’t known that she had a heart issue until she flatlined while being sedated for a spay. She is just a puppy and deserves a chance of a happy life. Yesterday we finally got her diagnosis. PDA (patent ductus arteriosus) she has the most severe type. She will die without surgery. We are in the process of scheduling her for heart surgery and we are hoping that we can fundraise to help with the costs. Maybe instead of roses that soon turn brown and wilted you would give the gift of a mended heart? Angel will be forever thankful!
 
Multiple ways to donate:
Click the link below
You can also mail a check to:
The Sanctuary at Haafsville
PO Box 921
Fogelsville, PA 18051
(Please write "Angel's surgery" on the memo line)
 
Or stop by during our open hours every Saturday from 10 to 2 to donate in person

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Orefield, PA 18069

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Adoption Spotlight

 

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Turnip
Turnip aka Turner is a male Cavapoo who is 7 years old. He arrived to us from an Amish puppy mill where he was used for breeding his whole life. This poor boy is understandably terrified and is decompressing in one of our wonderful foster homes. Check out the adorable videos of him in the comment section!! We are beginning to see tail wags and happy smiles from him! He’s also learning how to walk on a leash too!
 
Turnip is making wonderful strides in his foster home. However, he lived 7 years in only a crate, so he is not used to living in a home and still working on potty training. We are looking for an adopter who will be patient and willing to work with him as he learns how to live in a home. We are also looking for a home with another dog to show Turnip how to be a dog. Amish dogs can take longer to acclimate to a normal household environment, but we are hopeful his forever family is out there! He has plenty of love to give, but he just needs help building confidence and trust.
 
He seems to enjoy walking around the neighborhood and love car rides! His foster mama says he is super sweet and loving despite what we think he’s been through. Turnip would thrive in a home with another dog, a patient adopter, and a quiet household. Interested in meeting this sweet sweet boy? Fill out your application today!

 

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