Christmas Charity

It’s coming up to Christmas, obviously. I know Logan and Tayla will be having a good Christmas, they always do, but some dogs maybe won’t.

I’m not going to harp on about this too much, but have a look at some of the charities and shelters listed below. If you want to help out or make a donation in some way go for it.

These are the ones that came up during my search, or that I have heard of around the place. Does anyone know of any other deserving charities or shelters?

RSPCA

The Australian branch of the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty of Animals. The RSPCA is a community based charity that works to prevent cruelty to animals by actively promoting their care and protection.

The RSPCA is always looking for donations, volunteers, or just people to help spread the word. Click here to find out how you can help.

Moorook Animal Shelter

The Moorook Animal Shelter is a non-profit/non-kill organization that has been established since 1999 and during this time the shelter have managed to home hundreds of dogs and puppies.

The logo for Moorook Animal Shelter

The folk at the shelter have written a list of how you can help out. Click here to find out how you can help.

Contact Moorook Animal Shelter here.

SA Dog Rescue

SA Dog Rescue is a registered not-for-profit organisation, supported by volunteers in South Australia, dedicated to saving dogs from euthanasia and finding them a new home.

Contact SA Dog Rescue here.

Winterpaws

Winterpaws is a service dedicated to helping the rescue of Samoyed, Alaskan Malamute, Siberian Husky, and other northern spitz breeds in Australia.

An image of some of the Northern Spitz breeds that Winterpaws helps

Winterpaws doesn’t accept or rescue dogs personally, but rather advertise dogs looking for new homes, that have been abandoned, rescued or impounded.

Contact Winterpaws here.

A photo of the shop corner of Adelaide Dog.Adelaide Dog: Dog Rescue Corner

Adelaide Dog helps to support dog rescuers and foster carers helping to re-home abused, neglected or abandoned dogs. They have a shop and accept donations of collars, leashes, blankets, toys, etc.

Any donations are available for purchase in the shop, or are donated to help foster carers and re-homed dogs.

Contact Adelaide Dog here.

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