Will You Help The Fire Dogs?

Displaced, Evacuated, and Injured Dogs Need Your Help This Fire Season

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Displaced, Evacuated, and Injured Dogs Need Your Help This Fire Season

Your Donation Today Will Help Save Lives

We're so grateful for how our extended community and local businesses rallied around Rescue Ranch during the Lava Fire last year. Unfortunately, that won't be the last fire we see in the region.

Now We Need Your Help to Meet the Challenges of Fire Season 2022:

Challenge #1:Not all fires will impact populated areas, but it is likely that we will face at least one fire emergency this year.
Challenge #2: As the Designated Dog Evacuation center for the county, we took in a record total of 214 dogs last year, which put a severe strain on our resources, even with the amazing support we received.
Challenge #3: As was the case for several of the Lava Fire dogs in 2021, some fire dogs remain at the ranch for extended periods of time and require different levels of care:

  • Some need emergency medical treatment and their recovery is slow.
  • Others aren't injured, but they go unclaimed and stay with us until they find loving, forever homes.
  • Still others are puppies. Some are weaned, some aren’t. Some require medical attention, some need round-the-clock care.

To overcome these and other challenges, we must get ahead of the next crisis.

And we just can't do it without you!

That’s why Rescue Ranch is launching Wildfire Campaign 2022, and seeking a minimum of $20,000.

Your donation today will help Rescue Ranch meet the community's needs when the time comes.

We are deeply grateful for all donations, whatever the amount, and we can’t thank you enough.

Let's do it for the dogs, together!