Dogs Rescue Groups in CT
|CT Animal House is a 501 (c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to ending the euthanasia of adoptable dogs in Connecticut Pounds. We provide funds for medical expenses, special needs, behavioral training, and more. It's our mission to improve every Pound dog's chance of adoption.||
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FRISCO's PIZZA ROCKS!!!
Huge thanks to the amazing John Frisco and his staff at Frisco's Pizza in New Haven ! Frisco's raised 1000.00 for Ct Animal House. John has a heart of gold, And has donated over $30, 000.00 to Animal Rescue throughout the years. If you are in the New Haven area, Please Pick up a few of his delicious pizza pies. They truly are the best!!
THANKS TO YOU!
Thank you to all of our friends and supporters of CT Animal House that attended our fundraiser at the beautiful Fox Hopyard Golf Club. It was a great day (weather excluded) and we are overwhelmed by the kind people that help us to help CT Shelter Animals. Together, we are making a difference!
Many thanks to Renee DiNino for taking time out of her busy schedule to MC our event yesterday. Renee got a special surprise visit from Jilly, Renee's first dog saved within an hour of euthanasia❤️
CTAH NEWS!A BIG THANK YOU to the Peter Grayson Letz Fund & Community Foundation of Eastern, CT.We are so pleased & grateful to announce that CT Animal House is one of the 22 local animal rescue groups to be awarded a grant through The Peter Grayson Letz Fund for Animals and the Environment. Local animal welfare and environmental projects receive 0, 000 each year all thanks to them!!
HELP US HELP MAYA
We were asked by a Local Animal Control Facility for help with this adorable three year old Boxer named Maya. As you can see Maya is very small and very thin for her age. We fear that she is suffering from Pancreatic Insufficiency, or worst case a Liver Shunt. Neither of these are very good, but with intervention Maya would have the chance at living a happy and healthy life. Both of these conditions will require extensive diagnostic testing and possible surgery. Maya also has two masses that will need to be biopsied. We could not let this poor sweet girl suffer as she deserves a chance at a healthy life. Tomorrow we will be taking Maya to our Vet to try and figure out what is the cause of her stunted growth and emaciation. This will not be an inexpensive undertaking, and we are seeking donations from our supporters. We don't often ask for funds for our dogs unless we have a case that we know will be very lengthy and expensive. Any help would be greatly appreciated. We will post an update tomorrow after her initial Vet consultation. Thank you to all, for helping us to help them.