Sponsor A Dog

All of us at Bridge have huge hearts for dogs in need. While we began as a rescue focused on saving dogs with behavioral needs, we quickly realized that part of our commitment to dogs in Pima County included helping animals with medical concerns. Since we began pulling dogs in January, 2015, we’ve saved DOZENS of dogs with serious (and not-so-serious) medical conditions.

Can’t take a dog into your home? Do you live far from Tucson but still want to help Bridge? Consider becoming an honorary foster! With a simple donation of either $5, $15, or $25 a month you can help a sick dog in need. We will keep all honorary fosters up to date on their dogs’ progress and will notify as soon as the dog is adopted (so you have the option to stop donations).

As always, you can choose to donate more (or less) than the suggested amounts.

Please use this PayPal button to securely donate to Bridge Rescue for Dogs, Inc. (be sure to click the check box for “Make This Recurring (Monthly)” and reference which dog you’d like to sponsor:

Please see our adoptable listings for more extensive/detailed bios and photos. Below is a list of all of our current medical dogs. You can learn more by checking them out under our “Dogs and Puppies” section!

VALLEY FEVER

Bronco

 

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Bronco has Valley Fever which is managed by a daily pill of Fluconazole.

DIABETIC

Maggie

 

Maggie, a hospice foster, has diabetes which is managed with a prescription diet and insulin.

CHRONIC ALLERGIES

Bella
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Bella was rescued from the PACC urgent list and suffers from chronic allergies. With the help of a special rabbit diet and Apoquel her skin is looking better!

MISCELLANEOUS MEDICAL ISSUES

MJ

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MJ strained his ACL ligaments and is being fitted with an orthopedic brace for both knees.  He will need support and continued care during his rehabilitation.

 

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