Help Petie's Progress!

A fundraising campaign for CARE - Big Give SA

Meet Petie, he's a miniature poodle mix who hasn't had the best of luck lately. We are determined to change that! #PetiesProgress

Meet Petie, he's a miniature poodle mix who hasn't had the best of luck lately. He currently has an itchy skin condition called Sarcoptic Mange. Unfortunately it has caused him to loose a lot of his cute curly fur! He wound up at the shelter in this condition and as you can imagine, arriving in this condition to a shelter where there is an abundance of abandoned dogs, there is not much hope for a future.

Things were looking pretty dim for the little guy at first but we are so excited to have him in our rescue now and offer him hope for a brighter future! Although many people may overlook a dog in such a condition, we at CARE believe that Petie deserves to have a second chance at life.

We are determined to raise $1,000 to cover Petie's medical care and the boarding he will need and get this pooch his curly do back so he can find a forever home! Your support is key in reaching our goal. Would you consider donating to help us reach our goal and help sweet Petie on his way to a new life?

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About the Organization

CARE is a not-for-profit 501(3)c, foster-based (non-government funded) organization that is comprised primarily of volunteers. With the support and donations from individuals and companies, we strive for the rescue, humane care and treatment of the dogs of San Antonio. Being a foster-based/run animal-rescue group means finding selfless people in our community who are willing to take in and offer a home to the helpless dogs who are in need, until a permanent family can be found to adopt them. During this fostering period, CARE animals receive the time and attention that a shelter pet needs in ­order to learn basic manners and boundaries that help assimilate them into a permanent forever home.

Since its inception in 2009, the of vision of CARE is to ensure that every dog is treated with the respect that it deserves, to educate the San Antonio community about the importance of spaying and neutering their pets in order to solve the pet overpopulation problem, and to educate the public on the humane treatment and care of all animals. CARE also needs to continue to educate about its...

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