iHeartDogs works closely with GreaterGood by donating part of each sale to their various charity efforts. One of the charities, Rescue Bank, works to donate quality dog food to shelters and rescues who are in need. Some organizations could not run without the kind donations from organizations like this, and that’s why your donations are so appreciated.
The Serendipity German Shepherd Dog Rescue is a 501(c)3 non-profit rescue organization that rescues dogs in the St.Louis area. Their hard-working team of volunteers help to rescue dogs in need, foster and rehabilitate them in their own home, and help find them the forever families that they deserve.
With impressive work like this, they can always use a bit of help when it comes to supplies. This was especially true when they welcomed an emaciated pup named Suki into the SGSD Rescue, and spent the next few months helping her gain some much needed weight.
“Dogs that come to us in such an emaciated state need good, quality food, like the food we are able to get from Rescue Bank. We save significantly on the cost of providing this food thanks to the Rescue Bank, which helps us afford needed veterinary treatments and training to assure the dogs a healthy and happy future!” -Serendipity German Shepherd Dog Rescue
Suki was found wandering the streets of St.Louis when she was picked up by a local animal shelter. She was dangerously underweight, leading the team to believe that she had been on her own for quite some time. While she did have a microchip, it was not registered to anyone in the area. That’s when the Serendipity German Shepherd Dog Rescue came into the picture and welcomed Suki into their family with open arms.
By offering Suki a quality diet and the TLC she so desperately needed, she was able to put the extra meat on her bones as the months passed. As Suki began to put on weight, it was clear that she was starting to bloom into a spunky and fun-loving pup! She would make a wonderful addition to any active family, and that’s exactly what happened when she finally found her forever home at the end of her recovery.
We are so grateful for the hard work that the Serendipity German Shepherd Dog Rescue put into Suki’s care, and have no doubt that she will have a wonderful future going forward.
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