We've saved 1,000 dogs!
When we started Muttville in 2007, we never dreamed we'd be saying "We've saved our 1,000th senior dog!" just four-plus years later. One thousand dogs saved from abuse, neglect, abandonment - and probable euthanasia - and given a new chance at life.
To every single person who has ever supported Muttville in any way, large or small, THANK YOU for your help in making this tremendous achievement possible.
But we're just getting started …
Watch our Mutt Guardian speedometer
to follow the progress of our
1,000th Dog Drive.
Click the button below to sign up.
We have plans to rescue the next 1,000 senior dogs, but WE CAN'T DO IT WITHOUT YOU. In honor of Maxwell, our 1,000th rescue, and all the 999 sweet, deserving dogs that preceded him, we've launched a campaign to sign up 300 monthly sustaining donors.
By becoming a monthly sustaining donor - a Mutt Guardian - you make it possible for Muttville to provide food, transportation, and vital veterinary care for our wonderful dogs throughout the year. And to respond to unpredictable emergencies.
Choose the level that works for you (minimum $10 a month), and your credit card will be automatically billed for that amount each month. To change or cancel your Mutt Guardian subscription at any time, simply contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Click the button above to become a Mutt Guardian with a monthly sustaining donation. THANK YOU SO MUCH.
Please note that we can accept only Visa and MasterCard for Mutt Guardian sustaining donations.
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