All CPR Fund animals who are unaltered WILL be spayed or neutered BEFORE being allowed to go to their adoptive homes! No exceptions!!! Also, even housebroken pets may have a few accidents during times of stress, such as moving into a new home. Please understand this & allow for a period of adjustment when you adopt an animal. Thank you.
Meet Maggie. This sweet little girl is a 2 year old female Toy Poodle mix. She was found a matted up mess at a local high kill shelter. One of our foster parents took her in got her cleaned up and has found her to be a precious little girl. She has been good with all dogs she has met and is equally good with children. She is a total love bug and loves to be in a lap. She is crate trained and house trained. Maggie has been brought up to date with all vaccines, is heart worm negative, micro chipped and spay. Now all she is missing is a good family to call her own. If you would like to meet this special girl please submit an online application today at www.cprfund.com and then contact her foster mom Barbara at Barbara@cprfund.com to set up a meeting. Trust me this sweet girl wont last long so if your interested make contact with Barbara now! Her adoption fee is $125.00. Please help support the CPR Fund Canine Rescue by donating a new or gently used crate. We are an all volunteer organization with no facilities, our animals are placed in foster homes until they get adopted. We have grown quite a bit this past year and are able to save more dogs than ever. However, we are now in desperate need of crates in all sizes. So, if you have a crate you no longer need, the CPR Fund could definitely put it to good use. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to donate a new or used crate. We would also greatly appreciate any monetary donations towards the purchase of new ones. Donations can be mailed to, Child and Pet Relief Fund P.O. Box 303 Lowell, IN 46356. Or made through PayPal on our website, www.CPRFund.com just click on the link for donations. Thanks so much and we would not be able to exist without the help of generous donators like you!Maggie is up-to-date with routine shots, house trained and spayed/neutered.
Show your support for the CPR fund rescue by purchasing an official CPR fund T-shirt or sweat shirt. All profit goes directly to the care and treatment of CPR's foster dogs. Since the only dogs that CPR Fund takes in are dogs that are due to be put to sleep, we take in dogs with many different ailments and needs. Only through the support of our loyal donors can we continue our mission. For more info on how you can help by purchasing a shirt please go to www.cprfund.com main page. CPR Fund is always in need of Foster Parents. If you would like to be a Foster Parent or would like more info on what is involved in Fostering through CPR Fund, please go to www.cprfund.com and click the button labeled 'Fostering' on the left side of the screen.