Dogma Animal Rescue special programs
Community Alteration Program
Many people want to have their pets spayed or neutered, but cannot afford the expense. We are pleased to offer free dog and cat alterations for resident of west Sonoma County through our Community Alteration Program. Our program works with community partners to offer alteration vouchers for residents of Monte Rio, Guerneville and Rio Nido. Dogma encourages pet owners to spay or neuter their pets. To learn more about our alteration program, click here.
Dogma's PALS Program
Rescuing animals is always a team effort, and here in Sonoma County we are surrounded by some commendable organizations! One of the challenges we encounter trying to rescue animals is covering all of our expenses. However, some nonprofit animal organizations survive on donations only and often struggle to say afloat. We are very proud to work with two such groups. Both organizations support the efforts of animal rescue. To learn more about Dogma's PALS Program, click here.
Senior Dogma Program
Although Dogma focuses on pregnant dogs, we have a soft spot for senior dogs abandoned at shelters. These regal old animals are often suffering from treatable medical conditions and simply need a loving home to spend their golden years. The Senior Dogma Program rescues senior dogs, ensures they receive any needed medical treatment and waives the adoption fee for qualified applicants. To learn more about some of our senior program recipients, click here.
Special Needs Medical Program
Every dog and puppy placed in a loving forever home is a success story. Sometimes we receive animals that were living in horrible conditions under very difficult circumstances. In these situations it often takes months of medical treatment and recovery before a dog or puppy is able to be adopted. Our Special Needs Medical Program benefits dogs with medical issues that would otherwise face euthanasia. To learn more about some of our medical fund recipients, click here.