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In order for our organization to keep up with the never ending flow of abandon, abused and puppy mill/breeder dogs we
must establish/build a facility. This has been a long though-out plan, and we are prepared to move forward.
Foster homes are not easy to come by and are very limited on the number of dogs they can take in. SSTR is one of the
very few organizations in the area that actually take in large numbers of dogs from hoarding and puppy mill seizures.
Our goal is to incorporate a spay/neuter clinic with our facility, allowing us to help reduce the number of unwanted pets
KILLED in shelters. We have already set up a plan with two veterinarians in our area to help with the clinic.
NOW WE NEED THE FUNDING
We plan on applying for GRANTS in addition to our fund raising. However, we must have some of the funds raised
before we apply for grants.
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|A small rescue with ... a Big Heart!!
Southern Shih Tzu & Toy Breed
Rescue and Sanctuary
SSTR is a 501c 3 Non-Profit charity organization, dedicated to rehoming and
providing sanctuary care for abandoned, abused and homeless toy breeds.
|PUPPY MILL RESCUE 2013= 22 Breeder dogs saved from a life misery.
Found in a rural area of AL, they were in poor conditions without sufficient food and water. Living in
outside kennel sitting in the middle of yard with nothing to protect them for the weather, except a plastic
dog house (no blankets, hay or anything to keep body warm). As we all know this is not sufficient housing
for any dog, much less a toy breed dog in freezing weather- The dogs were horribly matted and wet, in
the cold weather the wet mats would freeze- ALL dogs were underweight and require extensive vet care-
Shih Tzu, Yorkies, Poodles, and Chihuahua.
Due to lack of foster homes, we had to board some dogs at vet office- and will start their
vet care over the next few weeks- we need at least $4,000 to cover their care 22x$200