Alaska Dog and Puppy Rescue is proud to announce that this is the starting weekend for our annual Santa Paws fundraiser.
Please note that some locations have changed.
ADPR is having issues with the roof at the new office and water leaks are causing damage to the inside of the building. A wonderful roofer has offered to volunteer his time, along with two of his staff to help repair/replace the roof.
This is where you, our wonderful volunteers come in, we need workers to assist with the roof repair. ADPR is looking for about 6 to 7 volunteers to meet out at the office at 8:00am on Saturday, October 19th so we can "raise the roof".
With enough volunteers we can not only get the old roof off, but a new one put in it's place.
So please if you have can help ADPR with this project sen an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. In exchange for your time ADPR will provide coffee and a hot lunch.
Thank you in advance for volunteering your time.
Kathy ~ ADPR Volunteer Coordinator
This memorial is to Karma. She was a dog with a rough beginning but she never let that stop her from being her and touching mine and others lives.
Karma was one of the original APDR puppies 9 years ago. She ended up coming to me after I received a call to foster her to prevent her being euthanized at the pound. Of course I said yes and she came to me and my family early 2013 in rough shape. Myself, ADPR, Dr. Seymour, and the staff at VCA put everything we had into making her feel better. At no choice of her own we found that she had terminal cancer. The decision was made for me to keep her as long as she was eating, drinking, and happy. Oh and yes she was a VERY happy dog. For her only having 3 good legs she definitely did not let that stop her from being normal. Karma loved toys, play time, walks, car rides and to just be with you. She would brighten any room she came into and make you smile and fall in love with her with her big round eyes. During a transition phase in my life was was placed with a wonderful couple until things could get situated with my move. This family loved her as one of their own as well.
Unfortunately on September 28, 2013 the battle with cancer became to much. She crossed over the rainbow bridge but was not alone. She had people who loved her there with her when I could not. I say thank you to all those people who loved karma and was there with her. If you knew Karma you would know what I am talking about with her in this memorial and how she could change anybodies life. I can only thank that now she is somewhere good and safe where she has 4 working legs and a wonderful place to run and be her. Karma was one of the best things to happen and will be carried in my heart forever. She may be gone but she will never be forgotten. I love you Karma and we will meet again one day.