AuCaDo Australian Cattle Dog Rescue Michigan
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The PEDIGREE Adoption Drive Foundation has provided a grant to AuCaDo Rescue through consumer donations and contributions from the PEDIGREE Brand. The PEDIGREE Adoption Drive campaign inspires people to adopt dogs while raising money for every PEDIGREE branded product sold.
AuCaDo Australian Cattle Dog Rescue has many projects in the works. Some of the rescues medical needs have been met or extended care while awaiting adoption. We are starting a mobile vet spay / neuter clinic and vaccination clinic for any dog or cat in need. Our first clinic was May 2009 and we hope to hold them monthly.
Donations are greatly needed for vetting expenses and care of our homeless fosters. AuCaDo Australian Cattle Dog Rescue is now a 501(c)(3)and donations are tax deductible. Please consider making a donation to help our Australian Cattle Dogs rescues or visit our fund-raising page (above) to help by making a purchase. Donations can be paid via Paypal by clicking on the Paypal donation button below or by postal mail to:
AuCaDo ACD Rescue Michigan
3861 Twelve Mile Rd.
Remus, MI 49340
Our Wish List
- Chain Link Fencing
- Also posts, toprails, hardware, and gates.
Any and all sizes of fencing are welcome.
- Dog Food- We currently feed high quality food without corn-wheat-soy. We purchase food by the pallet and we do shop around for the best deals. (Our monthly dog food bill is over $400 without figuring in “specialty” foods)
- Purina Weight Circles
- Large crates – Plastic or Wire
- Dog Igloos – Nice Insulated Dog Houses
- Towels/ Blankets/ Collars/ Leashes
- Dog Beds/Crate Pads/Carpet Squares
- Privacy Fencing 6 Foot
- Wolmanized Sheets Plywood or OSB
- Indestructible Toys- Large Cuz- Large Kongs-
- Kiddie Pools- Like the Little Tykes / Step 2, which is more heavy duty
- Indestructible Rubber Buckets and/or Heated Winter Water Buckets
Need More Ideas?
Here are 100 More!
1. Transport a dog?
2. Donate a dog bed or towels or other *bedding* type items?
3. Donate MONEY?
4. Donate a Kong? A nylabone? A hercules?
5. Donate a crate?
6. Donate a x-pen or baby gate?
7. Donate a food dish or a stainless bucket for a crate?
8. Donate a leash?
9. Donate a collar?
10. Donate some treats or a bag of food?
11. Donate a Halti or Promise collar or a Gentle Leader?
12. Walk a dog?
13. Groom a dog?
14. Donate some grooming supplies (shampoos, combs, brushes, etc.)?
15. Go to the local shelter and see if that dog is the breed the shelter says it is or go with rescue to be a second opinion on the dog or evaluate a dog?
16. Make a few phone calls?
17. Mail out information or applications to people who’ve requested them?
18. Provide local vet clinics with contact information for educational materials on responsible pet ownership and put out our business cards?
19. Drive a dog to and from vet appointments?
20. Donate long distance calling cards?
21. Donate the use of your scanner or digital camera?
22. Donate the use of a photocopier?
23. Attend public education days and try to educate people on responsible pet ownership?
24. Donate a gift certificate to a pet store?
25. Donate a raffle item if your club is holding a fundraiser?
26. Donate flea stuff (Advantage, Frontline, etc.)?
27. Donate HW preventative pills?
28. Donate a canine first aid kit?
29. Provide a shoulder to cry on when the rescue person is overwhelmed?
30. Pay the boarding fees to board a dog for a week? Two weeks?
31. Be a Santi-paws foster to give the foster a break for a few hours or days?
32. Clip coupons for dog food or treats?
33 Bake some homemade doggie biscuits?
34. Make book purchases through Amazon via a web site that contributes commissions earned to a rescue group?
35. Host rescue photos with an information link on your website?
36. Donate time to take good photos of foster dogs for Website or adoption flyers, etc.?
37. Conduct a home visit or accompany a rescue person on the home visit?
38. Go with rescue person to the vet to help if there is more than one dog?
39. Have a yard sale and donate the money to rescue?
40. Be a volunteer to do rescue in your area?
41. Take advantage of a promotion on the web or store offering a free ID tag and instead of getting it for your own dog, have the tag inscribed with your Club’s name and phone # to contact?
42. Talk to all your friends about adopting and fostering rescue dogs?
43. Donate vet services or can you help by donating a spay or neuter each year or some vaccinations?
44. Interview vets to encourage them to offer discounts to rescues?
45. Write a column for your local newspaper or club newsletter on dogs on dogs currently looking for homes or ways to help rescue?
46. Take photos of dogs available for adoption for use by the Rescue?
47. Maintain web sites listing/showing dogs available?
48. Help organize and run fundraising events?
49. Help maintain the paperwork files associated with each dog or enter the information into a database?
50. Tattoo a rescued dog?
51. Microchip a rescued dog?
52. Loan your carpet steam cleaner to someone who has fostered a dog that was sick or marked in the house?
53. Donate a bottle of bleach or other cleaning products?
54. Donate or loan a portable dog run to someone who doesn’t have a quarantine area for quarantining a dog that has an unknown vaccination history and has been in a shelter?
55. Drive the fosters’ children to an activity so that the foster can take the dog to obedience class?
56. Use your video camera to film a rescue dog in action?
57. Pay the cost of taking a dog to obedience class?
58. Be the one to take the dog to its obedience class?
59. Go to the foster home once a week with your children and dogs to help socialize the dog?
60. Help the foster clean up the yard (yes, we also have to scoop what those foster dogs poop)
61. Offer to test the foster dog with cats?
62. Pay for the dog to be groomed or take the dog to a *Do It Yourself* Grooming Place or Dog Wash place?
63. Bring the foster take out so the foster doesn’t have to cook dinner?
64. Pay a house-cleaning service to do the spring cleaning for someone whom fosters dogs all the time?
65. Lend your artistic talents to your club’s newsletter, fundraising ideas, t-shirt designs?
66. Donate printer paper, envelopes and stamps to your club?
67. Go with a rescue person to the vet if a foster dog needs to be euthanized?
68. Go to local shelters and meet with shelter staff about how to identify your breed or provide photos and breed information showing the different types of that breed may come in and the different color combinations?
69. Go to local businesses and solicit donations for a rescue’s fundraising event?
70. Offer to try and help owners be better pet owners by holding a grooming seminar?
71. Help pet owners be better pet owners by being available to answer training questions?
72. Loan a crate if a dog needs to travel by air?
73. Put together an Owner’s Manual* for those who adopt rescued dogs of your breed?
74. Provide post-adoption follow up or support?
75. Donate a coupon for a free car wash or gas or inside cleaning of a vehicle?
76. Pay for an ad in your local/metropolitan paper to help place rescue dogs?
77. Volunteer to screen calls for that ad?
78. Get some friends together to build/repair pens for a foster home?
79. Microchip your own pups if you are a breeder, and register the chips, so if your dogs ever come into rescue, you can be contacted to take responsibility for your pup?
80. Donate a small percentage of the sale of each pup to rescue if you are a breeder?
81. Buy two of those really neat dog-items you “have to have” and donate one to Rescue?
82. Make financial arrangements in your will to cover the cost of caring for your dogs after you are gone – so Rescue won’t have to?
83. Make a bequest in your will to your local or national Rescue?
84. Donate your professional services as an accountant or lawyer?
85. Donate other services if you run your own business?
86. Donate the use of a vehicle if you own a car dealership?
87. Loan your cell phone (and cover costs for any calls) to someone driving a rescued dog?
88. Donate your *used* dog dryer when you get a new one?
89. Let rescue know when you’ll be flying and that you’d be willing to be a rescued dog’s escort?
90. Donate a doggy seatbelt?
91. Donate a grid for a van or other vehicle?
92. Organize a rescued dog picnic or other event to reunite the rescued dogs that have been placed?
93. Donate other types of doggy toys that might be safe for rescued dogs?
94. Donate a roll-a-treat or Buster cube?
95. Donate clickers or a video on clicker training?
96. Donate materials for a quarantine area at a fosters home?
97. Donate sheets of linoleum or other flooring materials to put under crates to protect the fosters floor? Carpet squares for the bottom of the crates, to make the dogs more comfortable.
98. Donate an engraving tool to make ID tags for each of the rescued dogs?
99. Remember that rescuing a dog involves the effort and time of many people and make yourself available on an emergency basis to do *whatever* is needed?
100.Do something not listed above to help rescue?
Sponsoring A Cattle Dog Foster
Would you like to help with rescue but are unable to foster? Please consider sponsoring one of the precious foster dogs on our website. Most of our rescue cattle dogs have vet bills in excess of their adoption fee. Constant health care along with monthly heartworm and flea preventatives are costly. We are looking for Rescue Angels to sponsor our fosters monthly by either sending a check for $25 each month or making payments via paypal. By choosing a special foster that you will help by covering their additional vetting that their adoption fee will not cover, you are allowing us to continue our rescue efforts and save more cattle dogs. Your sponsored cattle dog’s foster mom will send you an email with updates and new photos, telling you how they are progressing and enjoying their new life.
If you would like to make your sponsorship payment by mail, please send a check for $30 (1 Month) to:
AuCaDo Rescue Mid-Michigan
3861 W. Twelve Mile Rd.
Remus, MI 49340
or click on the “sponsor me” heart button beside the special foster that you would like to sponsor on our available pages.