Sponsor Ketchum's adoption!
Any amount donated to this campaign goes DIRECTLY to the future adoption fee for this kiddo. #payitforward
In the third week of December, TAW gave to me..... a bouncy big ol' husky, with a record of escaping, who just wants a forever family.
Ketchum came to us from Tulsa Animal Welfare after he had been lost, then found, yet still landed himself in the city pound. Shelter notes say Ketchum is an extreme jumper. Agreed. Yet he is also an extreme sweetheart. Ketchum struggled at the shelter with kennel stress. Safe to say this guy does not like to be contained. He is seeking a family who is just as energetic as he is. He needs his family to be close to him most of the day, if not all of the time. He is fantastic with kids and other dogs. He loves being in a pack and part of the family.
Pay it Forward
Each husky in our facility is available for sponsorship! Here is how you can help. It costs more than $500 to take care of each husky that come into this facility and that doesn’t include any emergency medical or heartworm treatments, cremations, community service vet relief ect! Oh and let’s not forget the logistics to do the actual rescue. With that $500 and before the dog leaves this facility we have them spayed or neutered, microchipped, all the shots needed plus kennel cough vaccines. We also heartworm test and give each husky a shot that prevents those heartworms for a year. That cost $125-145 just for that shot!! We also provide them with 6 months of flea and tick meds and if they are not adopted but the time it runs out then we will send the husky home with two months worth of prevention, giving the new family time to make an appt and establish a new relationship with their vet. Here’s is where you step in. We are asking you to donate towards the adoption fees for the new family. If the entire $450 (yes, we spend more than we make) is covered then we ask the new family to make a $125 donation towards another huskies adoption fee. Pay it forward. Help each other out and get more huskies into family-oriented homes.