Please help Florida Yorkie Rescue continue our work.
HOLIDAY FUNDRAISER 2018
It's not JUST about paying the medical expenses for the dogs that come and go... but for all the dogs that remain behind for months and even years with special needs requiring expensive medical care.
For those of you who visit our pages on Social Media, you know how many heartbreaking case we accept into our program. With each new arrival, our purse strings are drained considerably but in many cases our Rescue is the last hope for these dogs. Unfortunately some of those heartbreaking cases end up remaining in permanent foster care because they are too old or they require special care and medical maintenance. We have made a committment to these precious ones to provide care for the remainder of their lives. If Florida Yorkie Rescue did not take these dogs it is not likely anyone else would have. We believe every life is worth saving. We know you do too. Can you help us in OUR time of need? Thank you.
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LAST YEAR WE RAISED $17,987.00.
WOULDN'T IT BE FABULOUS IF WE COULD BEAT THAT NUMBER THIS YEAR? CAN WE?
Macey arrived as a 5 month old puppy in October 2013! she is full grown now and the sweetest dog you'll ever meet. Her back legs don't work well and sometimes she will slide herself along the tile floor. This was a condition she was more than likely born with and could possibly be Spina Bifida. Other times she can get her legs underneath her and she will run like the wind. She doesn't have any control over her bladder and needs to wear diapers. She is currently not on any medication but can ocassionally get Urinary Tract Infections. She is still waiting for a loving new home.
LIST OF DONORS BELOW PHOTOS
M. Robin McGraw
Cheryl and Scot Gentry
Deborah Patrick (in memory of Krikette)
Ginny Azizi and family (in memory of Zorro)
Genaro & Shirley Martinez DeVilla
Debra D. St. Clair
Florida Yorkie Rescue was called upon to rescue yet another Puppy Mill/Hoarding situation in April 2018. More than 25 Yorkies & Malteses were pulled from the home & have all now been adopted.
This little guy was at an animal facility and was about to be euthanized when we received the call to see if we wanted to rescue him. We did. He had many serious medical problems and in the end we were not able to save him. But he did had several great months feeling loved.
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F.Y.R. rescued a special needs Maltese from a hoarding situation in 2018. She suffered from Hydrocephalus (water on the brain) but after much medical care she was successfully adopted.
The above video is a collection of some of the dogs we have taken into our Rescue Program over the past several years and how they must have suffered before we rescued them.
If you have been following Florida Yorkie Rescue over the past several years then we are sure you will remember the story of Sam who we were privileged to meet and to care for.