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Giving Back to Forgotten Dogs

GIVING BACK TO FORGOTTEN DOGS FOR HER 6TH BIRTHDAY!

Kalianne turned 6 years old Oct 7th. She was born into an avid foster/rescue family and began her life own with 5 dogs and 2 cats. This year, she decided to donate to a rescue in lieu of receiving birthday gifts for herself. She chose theforgottendog.org. This Sunday, she volunteered at adoption day and brought her donations of collars, sweaters, treats, and $27.50 from her own bank. The highlight? Holding two 8 week old puppies!

Volunteering at Sunday Adoption Days in the Palisades will very likely become a common occurrence!

Giving Back to Forgotten Dogs

GIVING BACK TO FORGOTTEN DOGS FOR HER 6TH BIRTHDAY!

Kalianne turned 6 years old Oct 7th. She was born into an avid foster/rescue family and began her life own with 5 dogs and 2 cats. This year, she decided to donate to a rescue in lieu of receiving birthday gifts for herself. She chose theforgottendog.org. This Sunday, she volunteered at adoption day and brought her donations of collars, sweaters, treats, and $27.50 from her own bank. The highlight? Holding two 8 week old puppies!

Volunteering at Sunday Adoption Days in the Palisades will very likely become a common occurrence!

Giving Back to Forgotten Dogs

GIVING BACK TO FORGOTTEN DOGS FOR HER 6TH BIRTHDAY!

Kalianne turned 6 years old Oct 7th. She was born into an avid foster/rescue family and began her life own with 5 dogs and 2 cats. This year, she decided to donate to a rescue in lieu of receiving birthday gifts for herself. She chose theforgottendog.org. This Sunday, she volunteered at adoption day and brought her donations of collars, sweaters, treats, and $27.50 from her own bank. The highlight? Holding two 8 week old puppies!

Volunteering at Sunday Adoption Days in the Palisades will very likely become a common occurrence!

Giving Back to Forgotten Dogs

GIVING BACK TO FORGOTTEN DOGS FOR HER 6TH BIRTHDAY!

Kalianne turned 6 years old Oct 7th. She was born into an avid foster/rescue family and began her life own with 5 dogs and 2 cats. This year, she decided to donate to a rescue in lieu of receiving birthday gifts for herself. She chose theforgottendog.org. This Sunday, she volunteered at adoption day and brought her donations of collars, sweaters, treats, and $27.50 from her own bank. The highlight? Holding two 8 week old puppies!

Volunteering at Sunday Adoption Days in the Palisades will very likely become a common occurrence!

Giving Back to Forgotten Dogs

GIVING BACK TO FORGOTTEN DOGS FOR HER 6TH BIRTHDAY!

Kalianne turned 6 years old Oct 7th. She was born into an avid foster/rescue family and began her life own with 5 dogs and 2 cats. This year, she decided to donate to a rescue in lieu of receiving birthday gifts for herself. She chose theforgottendog.org. This Sunday, she volunteered at adoption day and brought her donations of collars, sweaters, treats, and $27.50 from her own bank. The highlight? Holding two 8 week old puppies!

Volunteering at Sunday Adoption Days in the Palisades will very likely become a common occurrence!

Two and Ricky need your help!

A woman discovered these dogs when she went to work in Alaska. The owners did not feed them and one of them lives on a chain. The woman has taken care of them for three years and now has to leave the island. With the brutal winter coming, they will again starve if we don’t get them out of there.

PLEASE CLICK HERE TO DONATE TO RESCUE TWO AND RICKY!

Two & Ricky

Lio is now free!

ALONE AND SUFFERING FROM THE HEAT, FLIES, AND LONLINESS, LIO IS NOW FREE!

For months, we witnessed this big, beautiful puppy, a Dogo Argentino, struggle to find shade and fend off flies and absolute loneliness 24/7 for no-one ever petted him, walked him or barely looked at him in the yard where he lived, except to throw food down once a day and fill his water bowl, which often was empty in over 100 degrees.

With the help of many people and authorities, LIO is now SAFE. He was fully vetted and then transported to our wonderful friends Mandy and Jeremy, of SEVADOG in Eugene, Oregon. Lio is now living with them while he is being trained. He spent his first night indoors and will soon be introduced to other dogs. Jeremy has already taught him to walk on a leash!

We would greatly appreciate donations to help cover the cost of vetting, transport and training. If you can make a donation to Lio we would hugely appreciate it!

To donate, please click here: https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=8DXSQBCKWWV94.

 

“Lio is changing every day, we’re so proud of him.”

– Mandy and Jeremy LeGuc, SEVADOG

 
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Watch the incredible videos of Lios transformation, from a dog kept tied in a yard (video #1) to a free-spirited dog with tons of friends to play with (videos 2-4)!

 
 
Lio before he was rescued.

 
LIO plays with BAYLU in the yard (post rescue)!

 
Kanga and Lio romping around in the afternoon.

 
Lio playing with sweet Maggie!

 
Lio playing with Ricky (formerly Bruno)

Bonded Pairs

The Forgotten Dog Foundation has several bonded pairs of dogs that we would like to have adopted together. If you can open your hearts and homes to two special dogs, please contact Linzi at linzi@theforgottendog.org!

 

Bling is the new black – Support FDF Today!

Help support The Forgotten Dog Foundation. Proceeds from the sale of this tank top benefits our Foundation. Order one (or more!) today!

http://www.blingisthenewblack.com/#!product/prd1/763386271/the-forgotten-dog-tank

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GIVING WORKS: Doing Good Together

GIVE on behalf of The Forgotten Dog Foundation

Integrated into eBay’s regular buying and selling platform, eBay Giving Works makes it easy for people to support important causes, both in the U.S. and abroad. It enables sellers to donate a portion of their sales and buyers to shop while supporting their favorite charities — all the while giving nonprofits an opportunity to engage new supporters.

The Forgotten Dog Foundation is asking you to donate items to sell on eBay. Items can include jewelry, handbags, electronics, chic clothing and shoes, and collectibles. If you have items that can be sold on behalf of The Forgotten Dog Foundation, please contact Linzi Glass at (310) 990-2020 or linzi@theforgottendog.org to arrange pick-up. A tax receipt will be provided for goods donated.

If you don’t have items to donate, but would still like to donate to The Forgotten Dog Foundation, you can do so by visiting https://theforgottendog.org/donations/.

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