Playful Shelties

Meet Menolly

What happens to a surrendered Sheltie with a medical condition? Menolly has exocrine pancreatic insufficiency resulting in rapid weight loss, muscle atrophy, and other health issues if not treated. Your donations helped us to provide her with necessary vet care and she is now happily cuddling with her forever mom! On Thursday, November 12th, every dollar you donate will be matched!

YOU CAN SCHEDULE A DONATION IN ADVANCE - GIVE TO THE MAX DAY IS THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 2015

If you are unavailable to make a donation to Minnesota Sheltie Rescue on November 12th for Give to the Max, you can schedule your donation to MNSR in advance and it will still be matched!  Go to  https://givemn.org/organization/Minnesota-Sheltie-Rescue when you're ready. The donation will be transacted on the 12th.

Meet Tilly

Your donation on November 12th will be doubled so we can help more Shelties like Tilly! “Like my sister, I came into rescue when I was seized in a hoarding case. I was very ill with hemorrhagic gastroenteritis and had to see the ER doc. Your donations got me the care I needed to get well, plus my ear mites were treated and I was spayed, and had a dental, 4DX, blood work, microchip, vaccinations and grooming. While I was in rescue my total vet costs were $2,163.27.

Meet Mandy

Mandy

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