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Sponsored by Makena Roman
Ernie - Brown Corgi Mix
Burlingame, CA
This poor dog was obviously abused by some horrible person, let down and left to suffer. Thankfully Ernie is in good hands now, but has medical needs and he needs our help. If you can please make a donation so Ernie can get the care he needs to heal from these horrible burns. Ernie’s Story Ernie is an adorable brown male 3 month old corgi-mix puppy. He was found as a stray in East Palo Alto. He was brought to Peninsula Humane Society (PHS) with suspected chemical burns on his back, rear paws and tail. PHS has been treating Ernie with antibiotics and topical ointments and his skin is showing signs of healing with scant hair growing back. He is currently in foster care being nursed back to health. Please consider making a donation to help PHS support Ernie on his journey to find a forever home. If you are interested in adopting animals like Ernie [unfortunately, Ernie is not available 🙁 ], please contact Dan Hanley at (650) 340-7022 x330 or DHanley@phs-spca.org. About Peninsula Humane Society Protecting and Caring for Animals Since 1952, the Peninsula Humane Society is San Mateo County’s largest and most celebrated animal welfare organization. Programs include supportive care for stray and unwanted domestic animals prior to adoption (with 100% of our healthy adoptable dogs and cats guaranteed a new home!), wildlife rehabilitation (from San Francisco through northern Santa Clara County), low cost and free spay/neuter surgeries, humane education, community outreach, animal rescue and cruelty investigations. Generous gifts of time, resources and funds help us treat, then find homes for more animals. To learn more, visit www.PHS-SPCA.org or visit us at our Tom and Annette Lantos Center for Compassion to check out our adoptable animals located at 1450 Rollins Rd. in Burlingame, CA. How the funds will be used The money raised for this campaign will go to ongoing care for this animal. The cost for each animal includes all fees associated with the campaign. The money raised will be used by Peninsula Humane Society to care for these animals. Please note: Any funds raised above the goal amount will be used by Peninsula Humane Society to fund care and for other animals in their care. If you would like to raise money to help other animals in their care, you can visit this page.
Sponsored by Nancy Feldstein
Elsa - Grey & White Pitbull Mix
Burlingame, CA
Let's help Elsa find her forever family. Pit bull mixes are great dogs! My daughter and her family adopted theirs from their local shelter and I can say I have never seen a sweeter animal. Elsa’s Story This is Elsa, a very sweet and affectionate 4 ½-year-old Pit Bull-mix who was found in East Palo Alto tied to an outside post on November 20th, 2015. When Peninsula Humane Society (PHS) found her she had no tags or microchip and no previous owner ever came forward to claim her. PHS took her under their wing and treated her for a skin allergy, probably due to all the fleas she had on her. She was spayed, microchipped and is currently up for adoption waiting patiently for her forever home. She has been waiting for over a year, but PHS is dedicated to caring for her until she finds the perfect match for her! Since Elsa has been with PHS for over a year, the cost to feed and care for her is adding up. Please consider making a donation to help PHS support Elsa on her journey to find a forever home. If you are interested in adopting Elsa [A800022], please contact Dan Hanley at (650) 340-7022 x330 or DHanley@phs-spca.org. About Peninsula Humane Society Protecting and Caring for Animals Since 1952, the Peninsula Humane Society is San Mateo County’s largest and most celebrated animal welfare organization. Programs include supportive care for stray and unwanted domestic animals prior to adoption (with 100% of our healthy adoptable dogs and cats guaranteed a new home!), wildlife rehabilitation (from San Francisco through northern Santa Clara County), low cost and free spay/neuter surgeries, humane education, community outreach, animal rescue and cruelty investigations. Generous gifts of time, resources and funds help us treat, then find homes for more animals. To learn more, visit www.PHS-SPCA.org or visit us at our Tom and Annette Lantos Center for Compassion to check out our adoptable animals located at 1450 Rollins Rd. in Burlingame, CA. How the funds will be used The money raised for this campaign will go to ongoing care for this animal. The cost for each animal includes all fees associated with the campaign. The money raised will be used by Peninsula Humane Society to care for these animals. Please note: Any funds raised above the goal amount will be used by Peninsula Humane Society to fund care for other animals in their care. If you would like to raise money to help other animals in their care, you can visit this page.
Sponsored by Gwynn Vitello
Frankie - Tri-Colored Terrier Mix
Burlingame, CA
We’d love to take adorable Frankie (with his appealing eyes) home, but 3 dogs are all we can handle! Thank you to the Humane Society for giving us the opportunity to make this little guy feel appreciated and loved until he gets a new home. Frankie’s Story Frankie this adorable 8 year-old tri-colored terrier-mix was brought to Peninsula Humane Society (PHS) on July 17th, 2016 by his owner who was “too busy to take care” of him anymore. When he came to the shelter is was apparent he has skin allergies. PHS tested him and ran bloodwork to make sure there was no underling reason for the skin allergies. Everything came back normal and it recommended that he remains on a flea preventative and stayed on the same food as to not cause irritation by switching his diet. Frankie also has cloudy lenses in his eyes, which is common in older dogs and does not affect their vision. Frankie is a very friendly and gentle older guy looking for a loving home. He still has tons of energy but likes to also sit on laps and receive pets. Since Frankie has been with PHS for almost 6 months, the cost to feed and care for him is adding up. Please consider making a donation to help PHS support Frankie on his journey to find a forever home. If you are interested in adopting Frankie [A419766], please contact Dan Hanley at (650) 340-7022 x330 or DHanley@phs-spca.org. About Peninsula Humane Society Protecting and Caring for Animals Since 1952, the Peninsula Humane Society is San Mateo County’s largest and most celebrated animal welfare organization. Programs include supportive care for stray and unwanted domestic animals prior to adoption (with 100% of our healthy adoptable dogs and cats guaranteed a new home!), wildlife rehabilitation (from San Francisco through northern Santa Clara County), low cost and free spay/neuter surgeries, humane education, community outreach, animal rescue and cruelty investigations. Generous gifts of time, resources and funds help us treat, then find homes for more animals. To learn more, visit www.PHS-SPCA.org or visit us at our Tom and Annette Lantos Center for Compassion to check out our adoptable animals located at 1450 Rollins Rd. in Burlingame, CA. How the funds will be used The money raised for this campaign will go to ongoing care for this animal. The cost for each animal includes all fees associated with the campaign. The money raised will be used by Peninsula Humane Society to care for these animals. Please note: Any funds raised above the goal amount will be used by Peninsula Humane Society to fund care for other animals in their care. If you would like to raise money to help other animals in their care, you can visit this page.

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