A Place for Hope begins with the following criteria for acceptance.These dogs will be available for adoption only if a situation is found where there is the ability to care for the dog, and to understand fully the commitment involved.
1. Long Term Care
Dogs having been available for adoption for a period of 15 months without suitable adoptive homes being found and requiring life-long medical care due to a chronic illness throughout the duration of their stay.
2. Hospice Care
Dogs that enter the rescue umbrella of APRA whose age or medical condition deems they are not suitable adoption candidates due to their predicted life expectancy and condition at the time of rescue.
3. Emotional Needs
We need your help to assure that the dogs accepted into this program will have a secure and consistent future.
Dogs who arrive in rescue as victims of neglect and/or abuse whose foster home has worked to stabilize the dog's temperament. These are dogs who may be a threat to themselves, other animals or people if placed, and includes those dogs that have been returned to rescue after placement because of such issues.
We are asking your help through donations in the following areas: supplies individualized for each dog, supplies to maintain the environment of “A Place for Hope,” and monetary donations. Beneath the description of each resident accepted into A Place for Hope will be a list of specific needs. Needs for “APFH” are listed after the resident needs.
If you have questions regarding the featured resident, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please help us to make A Place for Hope a place for them
“A Place for Hope”
Antibacterial cleaning supplies and wipes
Large incontinent pads
Raised bowls for food and water
Frontline flea prevention
Cyclosporin eye drops
Canned senior foods
Nylabones (nonedible please)
Discount coupons for any of the above are very much appreciated
Donations made for veterinary services directly to the veterinarians for the care of all Residents (280 Animal Medical Center 205-678-8253)
Alabama Pug Rescue and Adoption, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.