Our transports average out to about $50-60 a dog to come home. The rescues we work with pay for that, and we ask for donations so we can offset the costs, and allow the rescues to focus their resources on the dogs, and not transport fees.
$50 buys a dog it’s chance at a happy ending, but no donation is too small. We thank you so much for your support, and for joining Team Happy Ending.
Blake was the bravest dog I ever met. A true fighter. Blake left us in May of 2022, at 1.5 years young, after waging all out war with a rare brain disease.
In his short life, Blake touched an extraordinary amount of lives. A community formed and rallied to support Blake, and that allowed Blake to receive the best possible medical care as quickly as possible. Had we not gotten care so quickly, his life would have been stolen from him before we could diagnose such a rare condition. While we did not get the outcome we had hoped for, we were able to make sure Blake had proper end of life care.
While Blake is no longer with us, the community that formed around him remains. All funds donated when mission trips are not being planned will go towards Blake’s Buddies, so that other dogs in need might get the same timely care Blake got.
Jack is the first of Blake’s Buddies. He found us at the Texas Oklahoma line and asked for help, so we helped him. We sponsored Jack’s initial vaccinations, heart worm test, transport to a loving home in Canada, and heart worm treatment ($1300). Go live your best life Jack.
Momma Harmony was dumped heavily pregnant and so overbred she can’t pee properly. She also has Cushings Disease. We contributed $750 to Harmonys care so she can get it in a timely fashion. Fight hard momma, you’re going to be alright!
Amelia is from a Texas hoarding situation. We brought her to Canada but the receiving rescue returned her to us, she is the first official Ruff Riders dog in care. Amelia has urinary and dental issues which are currently being worked on. We have contributed $1080 to her care so far. This little Hyena dog is going to be just fine
Nova was an emergency rescue, dangerously underweight with a horrible case of mange. She is currently receiving veterinary care, towards which we have contributed $5,600. Updates can be found on our Instagram page. Fight like hell Nova. You got this.