Harley’s House of Hope

When Harley passed away in March of 2016 it was our dream to not only work to end puppy mills, but to also continue helping one senior dog at a time. With our puppy mill awareness programs (awareness, education and advocacy) firmly in place, we are pleased to launch our 4th program, “Harley’s House of Hope.”

Senior dogs in need have always tugged at our hearts and, in Harley’s memory, the Harley’s House of Hope program will enable Harley’s Dream to rescue, provide the necessary medical care for, and rehome one senior dog at a time.

To make Harley’s House of Hope possible, we have created a designated fund specifically for helping one dog at a time. Your support is needed to assure every dog we rescue gets the best care possible. A donation to Harley’s House of Hope can be made by clicking this link. Thank you for helping make a difference!

As you might imagine, medical care is our largest expense. Old dogs that end up in shelters typically come from backyard breeders, puppy mills or very negligent and uncaring owners. It’s not uncommon for a dog to have heart problems, severe dental disease, and/or structural issues that cause constant pain. We work with an excellent medical team that will do everything necessary to make sure the dog is comfortable and as healthy as possible. The costs to help one dog will vary but typically range from $1,500 to $4,000.

“Saving one dog will not save the world, but surely for that one dog, the world will change forever.”

Awareness, education, and advocacy will remain the top priorities of Harley’s Dream, but, with your support, we are excited to continue making a difference for one senior dog at a time through Harley’s House of Hope.

For those who would like to donate a needed item, we have an Amazon Wish List especially for Harley’s House of Hope.

Meet Frankie, our first resident at Harley’s House of Hope!
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