WAG       We Are Animal Guardians   since 1996


  

      WAG operates solely on donations, memberships and fund raisers held throughout the year. We receive no assistance from any state or federal source. We are a federally classified 501(c)(3) non-profit and as such your donations are tax deductible. You can make a donation online or mail it to us. Donation Form.
There are many other ways to help the animals in need.

    WAG is making a difference one animal at a time. With your help, we can do much more. Your donation provides food, shelter and medical care for the animals, some of which require long term care.

    Our average cost to care for an animal from intake to adoption is our care is ~$250. While some cost very little, others require extended care at a cost of many hundreds. All of our animals receive full medical care, innoculations, and rehabilitation if needed. Our animals are in foster care until they go to an adoptive home. This helps to keep the costs as low as possible and provides the best environment for the animals. Any donation you make helps an animal in need. Each year we re home about 100 animals, with your help we can increase that number.

Some of the ways your donation will be used are:
  • Emergency Medical treatment
  • Vaccinations
  • Feline Leukemia and Feline Aids testing for Cats
  • Heart worm tests, treatment and preventives
  • Medications for infections and illnesses
  • Food for adult cats and dogs
  • Special food for puppies and kittens
  • Temporary boarding
  • Obedience training
  • Grooming
  • Spay and Neuter of cats and dogs

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Other Ways...

Consider donating shares of stock or other saleable items. What better way than to share your good fortune and help a worthy cause at the same time. Ask your tax accountant or attorney if this can benefit you.