Valley fever is a drag...oh and by the way, it is a long and expensive road to recovery. Meet Stormi! An angel did step forward to foster Stormi, but we need help with the cost of the treatment. There is a donation button at the bottom at this page. Animal Doctors to the Rescue AND Stormi thank you!
We have beagle puppies... 4 boys and 1 girl. They all have Parvo. A puppy can survive Parvo, but the treatment is very expensive. Please help us by donating to ADR, there is a paypal donation at the bottom of this page. No amount is too small!
Maze is A-Maze-ing!!
Hi! My name is Maze, I’m four years old and I want to be your new best friend! I am up for adoption thru Animal Doctors to the Rescue and I am in the Phoenix, AZ area.
Can you believe I’ve been searching for my purrrfect forever home for six months?! I’d really like to find a family (and a nice comfy bed) to call my own. Purrsonally, I think I’m the cat’s meow. My friends say I’m a professional relaxer, and they think I’d do well with other cats with a proper introduction, as long as they don’t challenge me. My foster mom does not have a dog so I’m not sure about dogs. I am super soft and love to be petted (but not bossy about it). I am actually a pro at relaxing. The humans tell me I’m diabetic, but I am really a-Maze-ing about getting my 2x day insulin shots.
Do you think you’re the furrever home I’ve been searching for? Have your people talk to my people at firstname.lastname@example.org or head over to https://www.adrescue.org/adopt.html to start the adoption process
Dr. Savicky and Dr. Monarski from VCA Animal Referral and Emergency Center of Arizona have done it again! With the medical knowledge between the two and their staff they have saved another dog rescued from Animal Doctors to the Rescue. Her name is Maggie. With one more hip to go she will recover beautifully and will live a long and happy life. She is saying good morning to Sue!
My name is Maggie. I am a 1-year old Great Dane puppy and I was born with damaged hips that make it very hard for me to walk, run and play like a puppy. My Vet says I need 2 new hips or my life will be short and I will hurt a lot because as I grow, my hips/legs will not be able to keep up with the rest of my body causing pain and stress on my organs. Lucky for me Animal Doctors to the Rescue (ADR) is here to help make my dream of a healthy, active puppy life come true. First, I need some help from you! My new hips will cost $3,000 each for a total of $6,000. My need is urgent as each day my body will start to deteriorate which will make my surgery more difficult and life threatening. Will you help fund me so I can live a full life and run, jump and play like a puppy? I can really use your support...thanks a lot!