Canine Rescue
of Central Pa
​Helping dogs in helpless situations
Be-A-Buddy Program  Our Dogs Need You
Are you looking for a way to help but can't adopt a dog right now?  Be-A-Buddy sponsorships are an easy way to help cover the costs associated with Canine Rescue dogs while they are waiting to be adopted. All of our ‘residents’ are in need of loving friends to help defray the cost of their food, shelter, and veterinary care. Some dogs have specific needs (and likes!) that a Be-A-Buddy sponsorship can help us purchase. You can make a one-time donation or choose to make continuous monthly donations. With a monthly donation of $25, your name will appear as a sponsor under the dog's picture. Donations can also be made anonymously or in the memory or honor of another person or animal companion.

How to become a Buddy:

Print Be-A-Buddy form, fill it out, mail it to P.O. Box 129, Dillsburg, PA 17019 with payment.
Be-A-Buddy Form 

Pay with Pay Pal/Credit:

C hoose which dog or dogs that you would like to support click on the Donate button under the picture. Follow instructions below.

If you would like more information on the dog you selected you can click on his name to get his petfinder page.

Did you remember to include the comment "Be-A-Buddy" on your PayPal notes with your payment?  Do this AFTER you log in to PayPal.  Click on "Add special instructions to the seller" and enter Be-A-Buddy and the dog's name(s) in that area.

You can also use PayPal to pay by credit card even if you do not have a PayPal account.  Follow the instructions on the screen.  Click on "Add special instructions to the seller" when reviewing your donation and enter Be-A-Buddy and the dog's name(s) in that area.

If you would like your payment to be monthly hit the box that says "make this a montly donation"

When your payment is received your name will appear below your "buddy" dog's name. 

Canine Rescue will keep you updated when the dog (or dogs) you've sponsored is adopted.  You will then have the opportunity to use your sponsorship towards another dog or dogs.  

Not all dogs who need a Buddy are available for adoption at this time.  Some are still getting ready to find their fur-ever home.