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The Mosby Foundation has been established in loving memory of Mosby, a Malamute - Husky mix who was intentionally shot and killed on August 8, 2003. His memory will live forever in our hearts.
Photo: Mosby and Virginia Governor (Now Senator),
Mark Warner May, 2003
Petco Foundation and Blue Buffalo
working together to find a cure!
PETCO FOUNDATION AND BLUE BUFFALO TAKE A BITE OUT OF CANINE CANCER! The Mosby Foundation has been awarded a very generous grant by The Petco Foundation and Blue Buffalo to assist with funding the treatment of cancer in dogs. Canine cancer is now the leading cause of death in dogs in this country.
This grant is directed toward helping families that may not otherwise be able to afford cancer treatment for their dog. Applicants may complete a preapplication by clicking on our financial aid page. WE CANNOT THANK THE PETCO FOUNDATION AND BLUE BUFFALO ENOUGH!
These success stories are all made possible through the generous grants we receive from the Petco Foundation and Blue Buffalo. We couldn't do it without you!
Cancer Survivor Stories through the help of
the Petco Foundation and Blue Buffalo
2016 CALENDAR CONTEST IS STARTING!
We are now accepting new photographs for our 2016 calendar contest!
So please start taking pictures and submitting them! And remember IT'S ALL ABOUT THE DOGS!! ENTER HERE
Fundraisers to Help Dogs in Need
Please meet Beau.........This is a Peke/Pom mix that several friends and I rescued this past weekend. This little boy was bought as an adorable little puppy at a local pet store for $300. And this is how he looks several years later!
We took little Beau to the vet yesterday, and after having him groomed under sedation, we found out he is blind, from dry eye, and not a candidate for eye surgery. He also needs all of his shots, blood work, neutering, plus multiple skin tumors removed. He has lost almost all of his teeth and the few remaining will need to be pulled. He has an enlarged area around his anus and a swelling under his jaw.
At least his body condition wasn’t bad so he wasn’t starving. When he checked in, Beau weighed 13 pounds and after removing all of his hair he weighs 11 pounds. They removed 2 pounds of matted hair, feces, food, grass and debris. He was left outside 24/7.....
Now his life is going to change drastically. The vet feels he will recover fully and certainly will be more comfortable and a lot happier. He is a sweet boy and we hope to find him the perfect home once he has healed.
If you would like to help Beau with his vet bills, please use the PayPal link below. Or if you prefer to mail a check, our address is The Mosby Foundation, PO Box 218, Deerfield, VA 24432. Please mark “Beau” on the check.
So many people feel that if someone pays for a dog they will certainly take care of it, now you can see this isn’t the case. Please keep your eyes open as you drive around and if you spot animal abuse REPORT IT!
PLEASE HELP LILLY BELLE
If you can help Lilly Belle and her family please send your donations marked “Lilly Belle” to The Mosby Foundation, PO Box 218, Deerfield, VA 24432. For Pay Pal donations use the PayPal button belowr. Every dollar helps! 100% of your donation will go to help Lilly get this much needed surgery.
10/15/14 SPECIAL THANK YOU TO THE
WILLIAM H. DONNER FOUNDATION!
With grateful hearts, we send out a special thank you to The William H. Donner Foundation for a generous grant once again awarded to The Mosby Foundation. This grant helps us continue our life-saving and health- restoring medical assistance program. Many, many dogs are being helped with this assistance. THANK YOU FROM THE BOTTOM OF ALL OF OUR HEARTS!
A HEARTFELT THANK YOU TO THE GREG BIFFLE FOUNDATION!We are very grateful to the Greg Biffle Foundation for awarding a 2014 grant to The Mosby Foundation's Spay/Neuter Program. This grant was used to help pay for spaying and neutering dogs whose families want to do the right thing to promote the life-saving benefits of addressing pet overpopulation, but financially are unable to do so without the help of The Mosby Foundation. Within two weeks we used the entire grant of $1,000 to approve the spay/neutering for approximately 13 dogs including pit bulls, hounds, and labs. Thank you so much for helping us in these efforts.
WHEN A DOG REALIZES THEY'RE AT THE VETS.
Prank it FWD
Wait till you see this!! Please share/network and spread it all over!
Incredible dog at half-time of a Philadelphia Eagle's Game, 2014