Each campaign runs up to 30 days and begins with a launching gift from the General Fund. When a dog’s campaign is over, you can find him on the Dogs Funded page. When donations for a dog cannot be used for that dog, the funds move to the General Fund and are used to help other dogs fight cancer.
When you donate you will receive an email receipt with tax information.
5-year-old Pit bull mix
Tumor on leg
In MBF: 10/20/16
Campaign Ends: 11/20/16
Family: Tara Werner
I adopted Zoe two years ago when she was 3 years old. When I first got her, she had Lyme disease and had to be on antibiotics for two months. Perhaps this brought on this cancer, because her immune system was not strong enough to fight it off. When I found out she has cancer it was devastating. She is a great dog and is so full of life and deserves to have a full healthy life without pain. She is one of the best dogs I have ever had, and it makes my heart hurt that I can’t help her right now. I work a part-time job and have many bills to pay. I will be so very thankful and grateful to anyone who can donate to help Zoe, and I know she will be grateful too. Thank you so much!
9-year-old Black Lab GSD Mix
In MBF: 10/19/16
Campaign Ends: 11/19/16
Family: Tracy Tice
10 yrs ago I first saw the sweet face of my fur baby Avalon. She is there for me when my MS rears it’s ugly head and she doesn’t leave my side until I am better. While brushing her about a month ago I found a lump. I rushed her to vet and they did a biopsy and found spindle cells in the lump. She needs surgery to have the lump removed and to make sure she will be able to stick around for a long time to come. I need and adore her. I’m on social security and have no extra money for the surgery that Avalon needs done. Can you please help me get my baby her surgery? Thank you and God bless.
8-year-old Retreiver Mix
Mast Cell Cancer
In MBF: 10/12/16
Campaign Ends: 11/12/16
Family: Gina and Kelly Kilpatrick
A friend told me about a family that rescued 7 puppies from a puppy mill and that were looking for a home. When I seen her blue eye in the photo, I knew she was an Angel sent to watch over me and my family.
Angel gives hugs and kisses, and I don’t mean licks on the face. She actually gives pecks on the cheek! Angel goes on road trips and camping with us and the kids. She would never leave our side if she had a choice.
A couple of weeks ago I noticed a lump, and the vet gave me the heart breaking news that my baby girl has a tumor that has to be surgically removed. If this happened a year ago, I would have already had it done. But my husband was laid off due to lack of work. He has been trying to find work, we have saved, sold, applied for credit, and created a GoFundMe account. We are willing to do anything humanly possible to help our Angel. I’m begging anyone who has the means, and who understands the love we have for Angel, we as a family would be eternally grateful for your help.
In MBF: 10/10/16
Campaign Ends: 11/10/16
Family: Tiara and Michael Flanagan
Bella has been in my life since she was 8 weeks old. She actually chose me by tugging on my jean leg, and from that day she became a big part of my life. When I met my husband, Bella immediately took to him and we became a family.
I think Bella’s Boxer personality and butt-wiggling are our favorite things about her. She is funny, silly and always happy. Bella is particularly special because she was with me through my own cancer battle last year. When my husband wasn’t able to be with me, she was always by my side. She gave me the motivation to keep fighting.
During this diagnosis, I received chemotherapy, and I’m happy to say that I finished my last treatment in March of 2016. I am going through physical therapy to regain use of my left arm and am not able to work as of yet. My husband is our only source of income and he currently is in the Marines as a SGT, which is not a lot of pay. That is why my husband and I now need to ask for your help. We are so grateful to the fund and to those who may donate to our Bella’s chemotherapy treatments.
Mast cell tumor
In MBF: 10/1/16
Campaign Ends: 11/1/16
Family: Susan Reininger
I took Dante from a friend who was given him as a gift. She was very young and did not want to be saddled down with a dog. He spent all day and night in a crate whining because she was at work and then out with friends. I took him temporarily, but Dante and I fell in love with each other and we have been together for 10 years.
Everyone who meets Dante falls in love with him. He is sweet, friendly, curious and animated. He is a favorite everywhere he goes and always manages to earn the star treatment! In most cases, my name is only remembered as “Dante’s Mom.”
I took Dante when he was less than one year old and it was one of the best decisions I have ever made. He truly is my little buddy.
A diagnosis of mast cell cancer is truly devastating but he met the challenge of surgery and chemotherapy like a champ. Now he needs to continue with more chemo but I just cannot afford it anymore. I work, but trying to meet Dante’s mounting bills has become impossible. Any donation is so deeply appreciated so Dante can be happy, pain free and love people for many years to come.