MEET YOUR MATCH
Buttercup loves every human she meets but for reasons we’ll never know, she‘s uneasy around other dogs. With the help of some of her more social shelter mates, Buttercup has been improving her doggie skills through weekly playgroups but she still has work to do. Buttercup needs to be your one and only pet but she’ll give you so much love, she’ll be the only one you need. Guaranteed.
HAVE A HEART
In the first month of 2019, Corning's shelter dogs racked up over $1200 in vet bills. One of the dogs that needed medical attention was Puna, a nearly blind and deaf, 3-legged super senior with rotten teeth and congestive heart failure. Puna doesn’t have a lot of time left but she’s feeling better with meds and staying in a loving foster home until her time comes. In honor of Valentine’s Day, have a heart and donate now to give dogs like Puna a second chance.
PLEASE HELP SAVE THESE LIVES
The Corning Animal Shelter is closing in 72 days and these 8 long-stay dogs need a second chance. They have been locked up in doggie prison for one, two, and in some cases, even three years! They have been punished long enough and it’s time to bust them out.
We launched our 100-day campaign to save these 8 long-stay dogs four weeks ago and the response has been amazing! So far, 7 of them have had adoption appointments or inquiries, 1 of them has been tentatively adopted, and 2 others have promising leads in progress. In addition, generous supporters like you have donated $2305 to cover the the cost of post-adoption training, adoption fees, and advertising for all 8 dogs!
But, even though we have several promising leads, none of the 8 long-stay dogs have actually left the shelter yet and we’re not going stop asking for help until they do. We still need to find rescues, fosters, or furever homes for 7 long-stay dogs and still need to raise another $2695 to help make it all happen. Want to make sure these dogs get the second chance they deserve?
HOW CAN YOU HELP?
open your heart (& home)
Fostering is one of the best things you can do for a shelter dog. It gives them a chance to relax, stretch their legs, and let their true personality shine, which is especially important for dogs like Ava. Ava is a sweet, slow-moving senior who needs a warm, safe place to rest and gain weight before she can be spayed and listed for adoption. If you can temporarily open up your heart and home to Ava or another dog in need, please contact us ASAP.