BENEFITING: NEWFOUNDLAND CLUB OF AMERICA CHARITABLE TRUST
NEWFOUNDLAND CLUB OF AMERICA CHARITABLE TRUST wrote -
When the first request to surrender several Newfoundlands was received by the Newfoundland Club of America's Rescue Service, a team of foster caregivers and veterinarians was quickly assembled for this huge challenge. But no one on the Rescue team was prepared to see the living conditions these dogs endured. A longtime Michigan commercial dog producer died in October, 2014. He produced many, many Newfoundlands over at least two decades. His family asked NCA Rescue for help with the dogs left behind when he died.
Since last December, 44 Newfoundlands from this producer have entered NCA Rescue. Extended foster care has been necessary to prepare these Newfs for placement into loving homes. While most dogs have transitioned into their forever homes, fifteen Newfs remain in our foster care and are receiving intensive treatment for skin allergies, eye diseases, and for mental rehabilitation to begin to build a bond of trust with humans again. So far, the NCA's Rescue Fund has sustained over $47,000.00 in expenses for these Newfoundlands. To replenish the Newfoundland Club of America's Rescue Fund to provide care for these Newfoundlands and to save other Newfoundlands around the country, your generous donations are needed today.
Due to the on-going legal issues for these Newfoundlands, we are not able to provide any identifying details. We appreciate your understanding and support.