Fun Time Dog Shop LLC has donated to many non-profit groups across the USA and beyond to help them raise money for the care of homeless dogs and improve the health & well-being of our canines. To date we have donated over $35,000 in monetary and product donations. The following is a partial list of just some of the very special organizations we have donated to:
American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine Foundation
The ACVIM Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization which supports and advances the work of veterinary specialists in the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine (ACVIM). We do this by funding studies that will improve the diagnosis, prevention and treatment of animal diseases and increasing public awareness of veterinary specialty medicine. We also provide opportunities to improve training of veterinary residents and students and create partnership opportunities throughout the community of medicine. All of these efforts lead us toward our ultimate goal - healthier and longer lives for animals. Visit their website by clicking here: ACVIM Foundation.
BDRA - Blind Dog Rescue Alliance, Inc
BDRA is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that rescues and rehomes blind and visually impaired dogs throughout the USA. BDRA also focuses on educating the public about these special dogs. BDRA formed in August 2009 and to date has rescued over 50 vision impaired dogs. To learn more about BDRA go to Blind Dog Rescue Alliance.
Detroit Bully Corps
Detroit Bully Corps (DBC) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit charitable organization. They rescue and rehabilitate the American Pit Bull Terrier and related breeds. Taking the fight to the streets and media. Changing the opinion of the breed through public outreach & education. They are NOT a fast-lane organization. Their true dedication is to the canines they protect. DBC is dedicated to taking care of the canines in the metro Detroit area. Countering the closed-minded and well-edited media clips we all see on the evening news. They like to deliver the WHOLE story, expose the real monsters: humans fighting, neglecting and abusing dogs. The amount of abuse and torture this breed endures, only to lick you in the face. To learn more and see their adoptable dogs go to Detroit Bully Corps.
Dog Aide's mission is to educate dog owners, identify needs of communities, supply owners with food and daily care items, provide access and financial help for routine veterinary care, and network with rescues and community organizations to help people get the food and financial assistance they need. They are the dog's aides, people who contribute to the fulfillment of a need or furtherance of an effort or purpose. "To aid" is a verb, "aide" is a noun. Being a part of Dog Aide is not what they do, it is who they are. Dog Aide's Education Core Principles: -Physical and Behavioral Health -Proper Containment -Permanent Identification -K-12 Education Seminars -Networking Saves Lives. To learn more about Dog Aide and the wonderful work they do go to Dog Aide.
HSHV -The Humane Society of Huron Valley
The HSHV is a 510(c)3 not-for-profit organization. They have been providing shelter and care for the strays in the Washtenaw County and surrounding areas since 1896. They care for over 10,000 dogs, cats, guinea pigs, gerbils, ferrets, and other small domestics every year. Sixty percent of our funding comes from generous individual and corporate donors. They do not receive funding aside from contracts with Washtenaw County, Plymouth and Canton which makes up only 10% of our budget. The Cruelty & Rescue Department, Community Outreach and Harbor programs are 100% donor supported. All od their animals here are sterilized, vaccinated and micro chipped before they are adopted out. To learn more about the HSHV and see the wonderful dogs, cats, & other animals for adoption visit their website The Humane Society of Huron Valley.
JNMRF - John Nelsen Moosedog Rescue Fund - Elkhound Rescue
JNMRF is a all volunteer organization dedicated to the rescue and rehoming of Norwegian Elkhounds and Elkhound mixes. A 501(c)3 organization that works with volunteers across the USA and Canada to find caring, loving homes. JNMRF does not have a kennel or shelter to house dogs so they depend on volunteer foster families to care for dogs until they are adopted. The fund provides money to pay for shelter fees, spay & neutering, heartworm checks, vaccinations, medical treatment, temporary housing and transportation in its effort to re-home these dogs. The long term goal of JNMRF is to provide a real shelter for Norwegian Elkhounds who are waiting to find their true "furever" family. To learn more and see the wonderful Elkhounds needing homes go to Norwegian Elkhound Rescue.
Mit Liebe German Shepherd Dog Rescue
Mit Liebe (which means "With Love" in German) German Shepherd Dog Rescue, based in WI, was founded in 1998 and over the the years they have rescued and saved the lives of hundreds of German Shepherd Dogs that were abused, abandoned, neglected or strays. They take the GSDs into rescue and have the dogs get a complete physical exam, spayed/neutered if needed, updated on shots, microchipped and given proper medical care. T hey then go to a foster home where they will live in the house as part of the family for at least 3 weeks to get to know the dogs' personality, house train them and teach basic obedience. The dog is then available for adoption. All applicants have references checked and a home visit performed. Each dog is matched with the appropriate the people and follow-up is done to ensure all is going well. The rescue also has an email newsletter that every adopter gets, offering news from the rescue and informs supporters of events and the need for volunteers. To learn more about Mit Liebe GSD Rescue go to Mit Liebe German Shepherd Dog Rescue.
Sarge's Animal Rescue Foundation
Sarge's Animal Rescue Foundation, a 510(c)3 not-for-profit organization, exists through the generosity of many individuals and businesses and are supported by a community that cares. Located in Haywood County NC they serve the homeless animal population in their area. To learn more about them and see the animals for adoption visit their website by clicking here: Sarge's Animal Rescue Foundation.