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Interested in learning more about 
Canine Rescue of Central PA?
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P. O. Box 129, Dillsburg, PA 17019
717-232-1644
The official registration and financial information of Canine Rescue of Central PA may be obtained from the Pennsylvania Department of State by calling toll free, 
within Pennsylvania, 1 (800) 732-0999. 
Registration does not imply endorsement.
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All of the dogs at Canine Rescue are looking for Buddies to support them while they are waiting for their fur-ever homes.  They invite you to read more about our Be-A-Buddy program.  Just click on the button below for more information and to meet the Canine Rescue dogs!

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED!
Canine Rescue is looking for new volunteers NOW!  
We have immediate needs for feeders, cleaners and walkers.
Please contact Connie Wonder - wonder.connie@gmail.com or 
call 717-232-1644.
Get volunteer training now so you're ready to help soon!

THANK YOU !!!

Love,

Shammie and Snoopy

January 27, 2019
This week this sad girl, Brownie, was surrendered. A huge tumor hangs from her; so much fur is missing with sores on her body; her toenails are splayed and unkept. But, phenomenally, despite the neglect she's endured, this girl trusts us. Brownie's tail is wagging. She is quick to cuddle and so happy for a treat. We don't know why her previous people wouldn't get Brownie the help she needed, but what we do know is that everything in her life changes today. Today she is rescued. 
We will need the community's help with this one. As you can see she is in rough shape and it will take a lot of funds to get this sweet girl back to health. We'll keep you updated as we learn more information about her diagnosis and treatment plan. 
Welcome to a new & happy life, Brownie ❤️

February 4, 2019
BROWNIE UPDATE: She has been seen by the wonderful staff at Compassion Animal Hospital LLC. This poor girl has sarcoptic mange (which is highly contagious and can be fatal if not treated), a mammary gland tumor and bad teeth requiring dental surgery. Brownie has been a sweet girl though and has been tolerant of her medicated baths. They have helped tremendously with her open wounds and sores. We are building up her strength with lots of protein to prepare her for a biopsy and removal of her tumor.


February 16, 2019
BROWNIE UPDATE: we are so happy to report that we were able to rescue Brownie's 4 year old son, Malcolm, as well!! THERE ARE NO MORE ANIMALS AT RISK. The owner willing surrendered all pets. Malcomn was terrified when he first came to the rescue but so relieved when he was reunited with his mom!! Unfortunately Malcomn also does have scarfolous mange and we've begun his treatment plan as well. The medical costs of these 2 neglected pups comes at a difficult time for the rescue. We've found out over the course of the past month that several of our current residents will need surgery and several new dogs were surrendered in February that require spays and neuters. The medical costs for these procedures will exceed $5,000. We are hoping in the next 30 days to raise enough funds to cover the costs. Please help us get these dogs the care they need! We can't help them without your support!! The estimates for Brownie & Malcolm's care Wil be around $2,000. Two dogs in our care, Sarah and Baby Bo, both require dental surgery which combined will cost around $1,000. Ninja needs to have a tumor removed and biopsied which will run $900 and we have 4 new dogs in needing neutered & spayed which will cost roughly $1,100. Please help these dogs in anyway that you can! Without your support we cannot continue to help these dogs. Each one of them deserves a happy, safe and pain free life. Thank you!!