You'll help save at least one life a month! By giving monthly, you are able to invest what's best for you and make a huge impact over time.
Your support allows us to predict future funding and confidently save dogs from the shelter or off the streets without hesitation.
You'll join a community of over 50 rescue advocates who understand the importance of dog rescue.
You'll receive regular impact reports, stories of who you saved, along with exclusive content that only The Pack gets access to.
As a Pack member you'll have opportunities to name new rescues, join us for virtual yappy hours, win exclusive merch giveaways and more!
Currently, The Pack saves at least 4 dogs every month aka Pack Dogs. Not just any dogs, but dogs that require extra resources or medical care.
48 lives saved a year.
91 members strong.
Rick & Caroll Schwartz
Renee & Mike Kapowai
Burke & Kelli Wiedel
Clare & Rich Ofield
Joy & Michael Corpora
100% of your monthly donation will go towards the vet care, food and supplies of a dog who needs to be rescued from a high kill shelter or off the streets.
You will receive regular email updates on the specific dogs you helped save with their stories.
On average, it costs us $690 to save one healthy dog. This covers an initial exam, spay/neuter, vaccinations, microchip, blood/fecal tests, grooming, transportation, food, supplies and vet boarding if needed. If the dog comes to us sick or requires extra care like a dental, biopsies, surgeries, medication, etc., it can cost upwards of $1,200.
Our adoption donation fees are only $375-$475, meaning we have to fundraise the rest and that's where your donations go!
Yes, you can change or cancel your monthly donation at any time, no questions asked. Please email email@example.com to change or cancel your monthly donation.
Yes! After your donation, you will receive an email receipt.
Here at TLRD, we are strong believers that dogs are pack animals and humans need to be confident pack leaders to provide the best possible care for their dog(s). Teaching this philosophy and training humans about dog behavior not only helps our community become better dog owners, but reduces the number of dogs being dumped in the shelter.
Packs are extended families – they insure everyone is cared for, fed, and has somewhere safe to sleep at night. So what better name to give this community than The Pack?!