Monday, March 9, 2015

Local dog rescue group needs help raising funds for costs of three dogs

Einstein had nine teeth removed.
Coming Home Rescue, a 5013 non-profit dog rescue organization, recently rescued three very sweet dogs. After each of them had their veterinarian exam, it was discovered that they would need extensive dental procedures due to the lack of care before the group rescued the dogs.

The dogs in need include: Einstein, a seven-year-old Yorkie mix that had nine teeth removed because of neglect. Gina, a ten-year-old Schnauzer, needed an extensive cleaning and one tooth removed. Rex, a seven-year-old Cavalier King Charles Spaniel had to have twenty teeth removed. Coming Home Rescue’s goal is to provide exceptional care for every dog before being adopted and costs can add up quickly. The work was done immediately and the combined total for these procedures was $1,000. The all-volunteer-based dog rescue is seeking help from the community to help pay for her dental work.

Coming Home Rescue is using a free online fundraising service called You Caring.com to reach the widest audience possible to help raise the dollars needed to cover this expense. With just a click of the mouse, a donation can be easily be made online via credit card directly from the group’s website www.cominghomerescue.org.

Checks can also be made payable to “Coming Home Rescue” and mailed to Coming Home Rescue, PO Box 405, Rockaway, NJ 07866.

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